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Oborevwori's tribunal victory, vindication of divine mandate - Ogba ~ Truth Reporters

The first Vice President of the Nigeria Olympics Committee (NOC), Chief Solomon Ogba, has described the Delta State Election Petition Tribunal verdict affirming the victory of Governor Sheriff Oborevwori at the March 2023 Huber polls, as a further vindication of his divine mandate

Chief Ogba , a chieftain of the People's Democratic Party ( PDP) in the state, and one time Commissioner of Sports under the Chief James lbori administration, said , while reacting to the unanimous verdict upturning the APC Governorship candidate, Senator Ovie Omo Agege,s petition , as the vindication of the People's mandate

 Ogba, also a one time President of the Athletics Federation of Nigeria ( AFN), enthused that the hand of God was upon the ascendancy of Governor Oborevwori, judging from the numerous legal hurdles he has crossed on the way to emerging as Governor of Delta State

The reverred "lgwe of sports" said he is proud to be associated with the Governor,s emergence and appealed to the APC Governorship candidate , Senator Ovie Omo Agege , to join forces with Governor Oborevwori in advancing the cause of the MORE agenda of the incumbent

 Said Chief Ogba:" l am highly elated that the Delta State election petition tribunal has upheld the march 2023 election victory of a man of destiny , Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori. To me, this clearly adds impetus to the incontrovertible fact that he is a man of destiny . Remember that power belongs only to God. I urge his aggrieved traducers such as Ovie Omo Agege , to toe the line of queueing behind the Governor in the course of advancing his MORE agenda for the benefit of all Deltans "

 Chief Solomon Ogba who advised the Governor to remain focused and consider the "no victor no vanquished" approach , going forward , passionately appealed to all Deltans, irrespective of political persuasions , to support the Oborevwori administration to deliver on its electoral promises as articulated in it's MORE agenda

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