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OJOUGBOH LAUNCHES “ONE MAN ONE VOTE” CAMPAIGN

A Delta State gubernatorial aspirant of All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief Cairo Ojougboh, says the era where politicians manipulate elections with dishonesty for personal gains, was over.

Ojougboh made the assertion last week in Warri during the launching of “One man One Vote” Campaign together with APC party Chieftain and loyalists.

According to the governorship aspirant, “One man One Vote” Campaign is a process of burying the PDP style of electoral malpractice in Delta State.

Ojougboh further disclosed the agenda of APC if voted into power in Delta State. Some of the policies which he said would be executed includes: Free and compulsory education, free health care services and infrastructural development. He later assured the people that the arrangements on ground would not be abused if voted into power.

In his words, “ I am not contesting this election because I am from Delta North neither am I claiming superiority over any person, but I believe that APC must take over power so that there will be change in Delta State.

The party is supreme, therefore, there must be synergy between the government and the party from the ward level to the state level and that is the way it should go”.

The gubernatorial aspirant further called on all Deltans to get their Permanent Voters Card (PVC) in order to elect candidates of their choice to represent them at all levels of government.

Similarly, a former Commissioner for Education, Dr. (Mrs.) Veronica Ogbuagu, remarked that APC has all it takes to win the 2019 governorship election in Delta State due to its people oriented programs. She noted that the state had not recorded progress under the Okowa administration and called on Deltans to vote massively for APC in 2019.

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