Bayelsa Times

Ezechi rejoices with PDP VP presidential candidate


The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for the 2023 Ndokwa/Ukwuani Federal Constituency House of Representatives election, Hon. Nnamdi Ezechi, has described the emergence of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, as the vice presidential candidate of the PDP as a well deserved vote of confidence for his selfless and visionary leadership.

Ezechi, in a congratulatory message to the Governor, said he was particularly happy that his choice as vice presidential candidate came at a time he also secured the mandate of Ndokwa/Ukwuani people to seek election to represent them in the National Assembly.

He stated that as a PDP candidat it was a great honour that he would be joining forces with Atiku and Okowa, as well as other candidates, in the campaign to dislodge the APC, which had brought untold hardship and insecurity to Nigerians, adding that Delta, and indeed the South South region would be better for the Atiku/Okowa administration when elected.

The House of Reps candidate commended the National leadership of the PDP for aligning with Atiku on the choice of Okowa, assuring that he would not let the party down.

Ezechi thanked the other contenders to the PDP vice presidential ticket for their understanding and urged them to see the contest as a family affair and join hands with Atiku and Okowa to rescue the nation from the devastating grip of the APC

He called on Deltans to continue to support the Governor even as vice president, when elected, for the greater good of the state and the country.

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