Special Assistant to Delta State governor on Non-Indigenes affairs, Hon. Prince Henry J.E. Eze(JP) on Friday congratulated Governor Sheriff Oborevwori over the judgment delivered by the Delta State governorship election petition tribunal.
On Friday the 3-man panel led by Justice CH Ahuchaogu dismissed the petitions filed by Senator Ovie Omo-Agege,Kenneth Gbagi and Ken Pela of the All Progressive Congress APC ,Social Democratic Party (SDP) and Labour Party (LP) respectively.
In his congratulatory message, Prince Henry Eze who was also the governorship candidate of Allied People’s Movement (APM) in the last 2023 general elections said the victory of the governor was well deserved as he won the election convincingly across the state.
He said the people of Delta State both Indigenes and Non-Indigenes alike stood by the governor during the election and voted for him overwhelmingly.
He said the judgment delivered by the tribunal was in line with the mandate given to the governor by the residents of Delta State.
Eze said the Non-Indigenes in the State are fully in support of the governor’s administration and will ensure it succeeds.
He said the Non-Indigenes will continue to support him till the end of the tenure even for second term.
He therefore advised Omo-Agege (APC), Kenneth Gbagi(SDP) and Ken Pela(LP) not to appeal the judgment but embrace peace and support Sheriff Obovrevwori in actualizing his M.O.R.E agenda.
Prince Eze further urged the governor to continue in his good work for the good of all residents of the state.