UBULU UKU SET TO RECEIVE SDP’s GBAGI AS MINORITY PARTIES GATHER STEAM IN DELTA
By Reward Okafor, Asaba
Members of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) drawn from different parts of Delta North have concluded arrangements to host one of their principals and the party’s governorship candidate in Delta State, His Excellency, Chief Kenneth Gbagi.
The political gathering billed to take place on Saturday 8th October, 2022 at Ubulu-Uku, in Aniocha South Local Government Area of Delta promises to assemble SDP party chieftains, loyalists, youths, women and other members of the public.
The event is expected to hold at the Royal Palace Junction, along Umunede/Ogwashi-Uku road by 11:00pm prompt.
SDP party sources explained that the visit is Sbobet Resmi part of campaign arrangements and strategy to push the party’s noble ideals to the psyche of the good people of Delta State.
A party faithful, who sought anonymity, told UBULU EZEMU that in recent times, SDP has been waxing stronger in the state.
According to the source, Chief Gbagi is one of the most qualified governorship candidates from the five major parties that would be contesting the election in the state.
“SDP has an edge over other parties and it was not a mere coincidence that SDP nurtured Delta State at infancy after its creation 31 years ago. it is only SDP situs slot online terbaik that knows how Delta State was born and it’s direction for economic growth and social harmony”.
“So with His Excellency, Olorogun Barrister Kenneth Gbagi and other political leaders within our fold, SDP remains the only hope for Delta State”.
“The foundation Ibru laid as SDP governor will be re-invented for economic prosperity and all inclusive growth for Delta State”, he said.
The source explained further that with the level of sensitisation and awareness created so far, the good people of Delta State would vote massively for SDP in the forthcoming governorship election in the state.
Meanwhile, there is this belief that Delta State is a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) State but recent events unfolding within the party circles have shown that the strength which the ruling party has demonstrated is reducing rapidly.
With the protracted crises at both the state and national levels of PDP, the All Progressives Congress (APC) party and other minority parties, including Labour Party (LP), Social Democratic Party (SDP), Accord Party (AP) seem to be gathering steam more than ever, ahead of the 2023 polls.