April 11 Elections: Roli Uduaghan Meets Delta Women, Solicits Votes For PDP

THE wife of Delta State Governor, Deaconess (Mrs) Roli Nere Uduaghan, has advised Delta women on the need to deliver Delta State in the forthcoming gubernatorial election on April 11, 2015.
Mrs. Uduaghan gave the advice yesterday when she held a meeting with all the female politicians and Peoples’ Democratic Party PDP stakeholders in the three Senatorial districts in the state at the Unity Hall, Government House, Asaba.
She encouraged the women on the need to vote for PDP, adding that’’ what you call your own will be your own There will be no going back. Our mission is to win, there is no other name than umbrella and we cannot fail in this state”.
“As PDP women, the glory of anybody is to believe and sink on what you believe in and be committed in anything you do. It is our responsibility to invest and be dedicated, we have not failed in any competition, Delta is our home and we must safeguard it”.
Speaking also, Chief Nkem Okwuofu thanked the governor’s wife for organising the meeting and advised the women to go to all the villages and market places to campaign and vote for PDP candidates for the governorship and the 29 House of Assembly members in the state.
Also speaking, wife of the PDP governorship candidate, Dame Edith Okowa, told the women not to be discouraged because God knows about everything. According to her, “we have accepted everything, but the matter now is our matter and that is “Okowa matter. This is the time to tie our wrapper very well to come out en-masse and vote for PDP all the way and avoid anything that will make us to fight. Delta is one, we don’t have any other place than Delta State, and we have to key into the agenda that concerns Delta”.
Among the people that spoke were PDP House of Representatives-elect of Aniocha/Oshimili Federal constituency, Hon. (Mrs.) Onyemachi Mrakpor, PDP House of Representatives-elect for Uvwie, Sapele and Okpe Federal constituency, Chief Evelyn Oboro and PDP, Delta State Woman leader, Hon.(Barr) Adowe Ajogu, among others, who all advised the women to come out en-masse to vote for PDP.