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Oshimili South will record highest votes – Lawmaker

THE Speaker of Delta State House of Assembly, Peter Onwusanya, has assured that the Oshimili South Local Government Area would vote for Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and record the highest votes in all the elections scheduled for February 2015.

He stated this when he received more than 300 members of the Oshimili South Progressive Union (OSPUN) in his constituency office in Asaba, pointing out that the area registered more than 120,000 voters and would mobilise the people to ensure that the area records 100 per cent of the votes.

The speaker who represents Oshimili South Constituency at the Assembly, said that the emergence of Dr Ifeanyi Okowa as governorship candidate of PDP was a blessing to the people of Delta North, and enjoined OSPUN members to work hard to ensure that they record high votes to stand the chance of reaping in the forthcoming administration.

While advising the members to begin immediately to canvass for votes in all the nooks and crannies of the local government, he commended the leaders of OSPUN for mobilising eligible voters from all the wards in the local government area and assured them of his support to enable them work to achieve results.

The Coordinator of OSPUN, Emeka Asili, said the group was impressed by the performance of the speaker and had mobilised to ensure victory for PDP and Onwusanya.

He said hundreds of members of the group had voter cards which is a prerequisite for registration as member.

In his contribution, the Senior Special Assistant to the Speaker, Eloka Nwanze, urged the group to reach out to all registered voters so that the local government will get high votes.

Culled from :Here

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