Representing the Nine LGA Coordinators and the Ninety Eight Ward Coordinators of Senator Prince Ned Nwoko’s Campaign Organization, we want to express our appreciation to His Excellency Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oboroweri for his remarkable achievements in his first 100 days in office and the positive impact of his MORE agenda on Delta North and Delta State as a whole.
In the heart of Delta State, Governor Sheriff Oboroweri’s first 100 days in office have brought about a refreshing wave of optimism and progress. His unwavering commitment to the state’s development is evident in significant strides made in infrastructure and human capital development.
Governor Oboroweri embarked on a comprehensive infrastructure overhaul, including commissioning landmark projects initiated by his predecessor, Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa. Notably, he engaged Julius Berger Nigerian PLC for unprecedented road construction projects across the state.
One standout moment during his early days in office was his visit to Warri, Delta’s commercial hub. Here, he inspected ongoing stormwater projects and addressed a long-standing issue – the lack of electricity for residents of 1st Marine Gate. His swift action in delivering a new transformer earned him immense gratitude from the Warri community.
Governor Oboroweri also displayed a strong commitment to environmental responsibility by ordering the demolition of buildings along waterways. He emphasized the importance of maintaining free water flow, a practice aligned with global standards.
Efforts to enhance transportation and reduce traffic congestion extended to the famous Petroleum Training Institute (PTI) junction in Effurun, where a reconstruction project was initiated.
In the capital city of Asaba, Governor Oboroweri has set his sights on further transformation. Projects included the State High Court complex, flood control measures on Madonna College Road, Okpanam, and drainage improvements at Koka through Agbalusia-Ngele Street to Federal Technical College Asaba.
Governor Oboroweri’s responsiveness in human capital development is evident in his approval of the payment of promotion arrears totaling five billion naira to Delta state workers.
So far, Governor Oborevwori’s leadership, just like his iconic predecessor, Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, signifies a promising future for Delta, where progress is the order of the day.
We, also, earnestly extend our heartfelt commendation to Senator Prince Ned Nwoko (Odogwu Anioma), the amiable representative of Delta North Senatorial District. His remarkable contributions during the election campaigns showcased his dedication to the PDP’s victory.
During the campaign trail, Senator Ned Nwoko and his graceful actress wife, Mrs. Regina Daniels-Nwoko, made stunning entrances that completely transformed the face of campaign in Anioma. They went to every political ward across the Delta North Senatorial District, ensuring a resounding victory for the PDP.
The PDP Campaign Council in the nine LGAs of Delta North Senatorial District also received generous support from Senator Ned Nwoko, resulting in a well-coordinated campaign effort and a landslide victory for the party in the 2023 General Elections.
Senator Ned Nwoko extended his campaign outreach to major public tertiary institutions in the district, where he spent over N50 million in each institution, mobilizing the student community to support PDP candidates.
In a bid to secure a landslide victory, Senator Ned Nwoko and his team campaigned even in strongholds of the opposition, leaving no stone unturned.
He engaged with various groups, including youth, women, civil society, religious, and labor unions, reinforcing the PDP’s overwhelming victory.
Notably, Senator Ned Nwoko sought the support of Delta North Traditional Rulers, engaging them at Owa-Oyibo and the Asagba of Asaba’s palace.
Even after winning the Delta North Senatorial elections, Senator Ned Nwoko remained committed to supporting PDP House of Assembly candidates in their respective LGAs, emphasizing the importance of voting for PDP candidates in the Presidential and Governorship elections.
In the 10th Senate, Senator Ned Nwoko has excelled through his active participation in debates and the presentation of motions and bills aimed at improving the nation’s economy.
Governor Sheriff Oborevwori and Senator Ned Nwoko’s unwavering commitment to the PDP at both the state and national levels led to their recent appointments as Deputy Chairman and Protocol Committee head, respectively, in the PDP Campaign Council for the Bayelsa Governorship Elections.
We call on these prominent leaders to collaborate in the administration and governance of the state to fulfill the PDP’s campaign promises and sustain development.
We congratulate Senator Prince Ned Nwoko and PDP candidates from Delta Central and South Senatorial Districts on their well-deserved victory at the Tribunal. Deltans eagerly await their final victory at the appeal court.
Finally, we celebrate and commend Dr. Michael Nwoko, affectionately known as “The Political Oshobe,” for his exceptional and invaluable contributions throughout the electioneering process. His unwavering dedication and strategic involvement were pivotal in achieving our collective goals, and for that, we owe him a profound debt of gratitude. Hosting this meeting is just one of the many ways in which he has demonstrated his commitment to our cause.
Long Live Delta North!
Long Live Delta State!!
Long Live the Federal Republic of Nigeria!!!
1. Hon.Lary Ezechi Ndidi
Coordinator, Ndokwa East LGA
Chairman Ned Nwoko LGA Cordinator’s Forum.
2. Hon. Ifeanyi Eze
Coordinator, Ndokwa West LGA.
3. Hon. Chukwunalu Joseph
Coordinator, Ukwani LGA
4. Chief Ben Nwadiashi
Coordinator, Aniocha South LGA.
5. Chief Victor Uwagwu (POPE)
Coordinator, Oshimili North LGA.
6. Hon. Chukwura Eugene
Coordinator, Oshimili South LGA.
7. Mr. Roy Umunna
Coordinator, Aniocha North LGA.
8. Comrade. Alfred Idehen
Coordinator, Ika North East
9. Comrade Ehikwe Stanley
Coordinator, Ika South LGA
Secretary To The Ned Nwoko LGA Coordinator’s Forum.
A_COMMUNIQUE ISSUED BY SENATOR NED NWOKO LGA AND WARD COORDINATORS AT THE END OF A CRUCIAL MEETING HELD IN IDUMUJE-UGBOKO, ANIOCHA NORTH LGA ON SUNDAY 24TH SEPTEMBER, 2023.