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2023: Ukodhiko to party faithful, we're grateful for your support ~ Truth Reporters

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for Isoko Federal Constituency, Engr. Jonathan Ukodhiko has appreciated party leaders and stakeholders for their support in the just concluded Ward-to-ward campaign rally in two local government areas. 

Ukodhiko in a statement he personally signed thanked the leadership of the party in the state and Senatorial district for anchoring the campaigns assuring that victory awaits all party candidates in the state. 

According to him, with the passion, enthusiasm and commitment shown by the Isoko people, it was evident that the people desire a better and greater future for the Isoko nation, Delta and Nigeria. 

He assured that he will remain committed to his promise of uniting the people for greater development of the federal constituency. 

He also appealed to aggrieved party faithful to sheathe their sword and embrace peace to ensure a seamless victory for the party in the 2023 polls. 

"First, I want to thank God for the huge success of the Ward-to-Ward Campaign really in Isoko Federal Constituency; I also want to extend my sincere appreciation to everyone who participated in the campaign really from the bottom of my heart, for the love and support for our candidacy. 

"With the passion, enthusiasm, capacity, and commitment shown during the campaign rally, it is evident we all desire a greater and better future for Isoko. 

"Let us put the past behind us, and look into a better and brighter future of peace and unity, where there will be inclusiveness,  fairness, respect, peace, and development for all of us. 

"If we are united, we can do greater things and achieve MORE together. I am committed to my vow of serving my people, Delta State, Nigeria, and humanity selflessly. 

"With the level of enthusiasm and commitment, I saw during the campaign rally, victory is certain for our great party, PDP, 5/5. 

"Thank you all for your support and sacrifices that made the campaign rally a success. Remain blessed in this season of love," Ukodhiko wrote.

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