Members of the People Democratic Party (PDP) across the twelve INEC political wards in Ika South Local Government Area of Delta State, on Saturday October 13, 2018 met at their Party’s Secretariat at Mariere Street, Agbor to deliberate on issues that will help move the party structure to greater heights. At the said enlarged PDP gathering, efforts were made by the chairman, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the Local Government, Hon. Collins Bello to inaugurate 13 active party faithful of the ruling PDP as Reconciliation committee members to help faction out creative ways of moving the party to the next level.
Speaking during the event, Hon. Bello thanked the Party’s delegates for affirming the gubernatorial second term bid of His Excellency, Senator, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa and for casting their votes for all candidates of the party during the recently concluded primary elections in the state. He noted that his joy at the just concluded elections is that there was no form of violence or casualty all through the period of the elections. He charged the party faithful to remain committed and united so that at the end of it all, Governor Okowa and all PDP candidates in Anioma, Delta state and Nigeria at large will emerge victorious and go to their various offices to continue their good works.
Speaking further, Hon. Bello encouraged the party members to always embark on campaigns and enlightenment of people in their respective wards on the need to acquire and preserve their Permanent Voter’s Cards (PVCs). He emphasized that the only way they as PDP members in Ika South can demonstrate the love they have for the Governor and PDP as a political party, is to acquire and preserve their already collected PVCs, saying because it is their rights, to vote for those they claim they love.
On his own part, the Special Assistant to the Governor on Community Development, Sir Peter Idion, commended the good leadership roles of Pa. John Nwagimejen, Sam Nwaigumbor, Sir, Tony Obu and other PDP leaders in the Local Government.
Below are members of the newly Inaugurated Reconciliation Committee, Chief Philip Igumbor (Osagwe), Sir Peter Idion, Sir Tony Obuh, Mrs, Patients Agboma, Mrs. Caroline Agbi, Mr. Philip Osayade, Barr. Oscar Osayade, Mr. Obiazi Uwujaren, Rev. Philip Urubusi, Mr Omeike Augustine, Mrs. Victoria Abaye, Mr. Chinedu Okwubor and Barr. Augustine Bienose (Secretary).