Delta2023: I worked hard to deliver my unit for PDP – Mrs. Jegede-Ikpen says

<span;>The chairman of National Association of Nigeria Nurses and Midwives (NANNW) Delta state, Chief Mrs. Alice Jegede-Ikpen, has called on some noisy leaders to back up their statements with facts and figures.

<span;>In an interview with journalists, she urged state leaders of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) to disregard fake news spreading around, saying those spreading such information only want to get attention from authorities.

<span;>She revealed how women are being encouraged in her constituency and pleaded for transparency and equity in leadership to foster good governance.

<span;>In her statement: <span;><span;> <span;>”Those parading around with irrelevant stories without facts should desist from such acts and also back up their words with valid facts and show us their unit and ward results during the just concluded general elections.”

She added: “I stand with credibility and justice, with an open conscience to openly tell Deltans that I worked hard to deliver my unit and I’m thankful to God that today we are rejoicing.

“I have worked hard and proven to my leaders that without doubt I’m competent, reliable and resourceful and I know in due time I will be rewarded and recognized.

“As the foremost leader in Otogor and number two leader in Ogor ward and a recognized leader in my constituency and  the local government, I know and am very sure that the ‘Ukodo ” will be enough for everyone.”