Politics

Godsday Orubebe: PDP won’t get fraudulent votes in Delta

Elder Godsday Orubebe, a former minister of Special Duties and Niger Delta Affairs, has pledged that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will no longer get fraudulent votes in Delta South elections.

Elder Godsday Orubebe, a former minister of Special Duties and Niger Delta Affairs, has pledged that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) will no longer get fraudulent votes in Delta South elections.

Orubebe, who is a native of the Burutu local government area in the Delta South Senatorial District, claimed this while answering queries from media in his Gbobogbene country residence.

The director-general of the Delta State All Progressives Congress Campaign Organisation also stated that Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, the APC candidate for governor in the 2023 election, will bring in a new Delta characterized by equality, unity, and love, with no discrimination of any kind.

Orubebe, a former councillor and chairman of the Burutu local government area, reflected on the past actions of the PDP and said that the party had always performed well in elections, garnering more than fifty percent of all votes cast in the state from Delta South.

It would no longer be business as usual for the PDP in the 2023 election, especially in Delta South, he said, due to the enthusiasm of Deltans yearning for a change after more than two decades of decay and lack of development.