The APC will not deceive Deltans with false promises — Osanebi

Rt Hon. Friday Osanebi, the All Progressives Congress, APC, Deputy Governorship Candidate in Delta State, has stated that the party will not play to the gallery and hoodwink Deltans with unattainable promises to come to power in 2023.

Osanebi made the remarks during a one-day retreat for the party’s Campaign Council leadership in Asaba, the state capital.

The deputy governorship candidate, according to the Delta APC Campaign Organization’s Director of Communications and Media Strategy, Mr. Ima Niboro, said: “APC will run an issue-based, robust and all-embracing campaign devoid of calumny.”

Elder Godsday Orubebe, the Campaign Organization’s Director General and a former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, stated that the party was prepared for a total victory in the upcoming 2023 elections.

Orubebe said: “The essence of this program is to provide an opportunity for all our party functionaries to understand the new Delta we are talking about. The changes we are bringing on board, the manifesto of the incoming government so that even at every level – unit, ward, local government, and state – every functionary of the government will know what we want to do. And that is what we have been telling the people as we campaign. It is to let them understand what the new dawn stands for.”

“I am charging all participants here to go out with the message of a new Delta; to put more effort to get it across to market women, students, and our people. Let them understand what we are bringing on board to create a new Delta State come 2023”.

He bemoaned the state’s 35th position in the Subnational Ease of Doing Business Survey, promising that the Omo-Agege administration would return the state to first place.

“Years past, Delta was number one in the Subnational Ease of Doing Business Survey, but today, we are 35th. And this is very sad. We want to bring Delta back to its original glory where everybody will talk of the state. We want to go back to being first in everything”, he said.

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