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2023: Ukodhiko sues for peace, unity among Isoko PDP members ~ Truth Reporters

By Ajirioghene Oreh 

Ahead of the 2023 general elections, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) House of Representatives Candidate for Isoko Federal Constituency, Pst Jonathan Ukodhiko has appealed for harmony, calmness, and unity amongst leaders, and members of the party in Isoko. 

Ukodhiko made the appeal on Saturday at the party’s secretariat in Oleh while addressing party chieftains and members of the two local government areas' campaign councils. 

He said, “I am here today, on behalf of the candidates of the party in Isoko. Yes, I want to appeal to you all to look at our hearts and good intentions and work for the victory of the party in the election. 

“By the course of the primary elections we might have offended you, I am here to appeal to you all to forgive us and support the party to victory. 

“We have confidence in the party and its members in Isoko. The PDP is the only party in Isoko. 

“As our former Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, and, one of our leaders, Chief Solomon Ogba said at Warri today, aside the PDP, Delta South is the only place no party has not been able to penetrate. 

“We are the deciders of where the pendulum would move to in Isoko. 

“Our strength as party members in Isoko can only be measured when our party wins the House of Representatives and the State House of assemblies and all other elections. 

“As I have said on many occasions, I am not contesting to be the political leader of Isoko or for selfish interest but to compliment and build on whatever our leaders have done to date in Isoko. 

“I’ll compliment the political leadership of Isoko in advancing our Federal Constituency,“ he said. 

The former Delta Energy Commissioner, Engr. Ukodhiko revealed that he has met with most of the leaders of the party who have assured to work for the party’s victory at all levels. 

“Now is the time to chart a way forward for Isoko but first we must be united and work for the interest of our great party, the PDP”, he said. 

Others who spoke were the Chairman, of PDP, Isoko South Chapter, Chief Godspower Obaro, his Isoko North counterpart, Deacon Godwin Ogorugba, and the two LGA campaign council coordinators, Hons Joe Arausi and Mike Ogwah 

Both Obaro and Ogorugba assured that, measures have been put in place to resolve internal bickering, addressing of grievances and checking of anti-party activities in order not to sabotage the victory of the party in Isoko.

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