Youths in Warri South West Local Government Area, Delta State, have vowed to shake the entire state with a pro Okowa/Otuaro mega rally.
This was contained in a press statement issued to newsmen by Amb. Edwin Aken, chairman planning committee, a copy of which was sent to the Liberator Newspaper.
The rally which is slated to take place on the 22nd of December 2018 at the Atuwatse Primary School in Warri South Local Government Area will witness the massive participation of various youths in the constituency with a resolve to return the Okowa/Otuaro ticket come 2019.
The statement read in part: “In view of the visible achievements of His Excellency, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Aurthur Okowa and his amiable deputy, Deacon Barr. Kingsley Burutu Otuaro in the administration of the state, we the youths of Warri South West will be coming out in our large numbers to support the re-election bid of the duo on December 22nd 2018 at the Atuwatse primary school, rice farm, Warri.
“The Warri South West Youths for Okowa/Otuaro rally is a coalition of different youth groups in the Local Government Area.
“Our coming together under this rally is to demonstrate to the world our readiness to deliver PDP in Delta state, especially the governor and his deputy.
“Posterity will not judge us right if at this point of our existence as youths, we fail to acknowledge and cue behind what is good for us as a people.
“The fact cannot be contested anywhere that Okowa is the most youth friendly government since the creation of Delta as a political entity within Nigeria.
“We have no other choice than to support the continuity of Okowa who had demonstrated over the years his unquenchable thirst for prosperity and development. Ekweme! You are truly a road master and a guru of development. Your Excellency, we can assure you that come 2019, your return to the Government House Asaba is already a done deal.
“As youths that characterizes majority of the votes in Delta State, we have decided that Deltans still needs you once more as a governor of the state to experience more productivity.” Amb. Aken stated.