By Ajiri-Oghene Oreh
PDP’s member-elect, House of Representatives, Pst. Jonathan Ukodhiko has appealed to former Nigeria’s Chief of Defence Staff, General Alexander Ogomudia to support Hon Sheriff Oborevwori for Governor and Ferguson Onwo for House of Assembly.
Ukodhiko made the appeal on Tuesday when he paid a visit to Ogomudia at his Uzere country home in Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State.
He noted that, “my dear father and leader, you are someone with a lot of influence among the Uzere, nay, Isoko people, and I appreciate your support for me in my House of Representatives bid.
“You have a wealth of experience and I’ll continue to seek your wise counsel and guidance in my representation of the Isoko people in the House of Representatives.
“I humbly appeal to you to extend same influence and support you gave to me to our Party’s Governorship Candidate, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori in Saturday’s gubernatorial and House of Assembly Elections.
“Sir, Rt. Hon Sheriff Oborevwori is someone that relates with the people easily and he has high regards and respect for prominent men like you and he will listen to men like you.
“Rt Hon Oborevwori is part of us in Isoko having married our daughter and sister in Iyede. He’s a better choice for us in Isoko and he will bring more development to our nation if elected.
The House of Representatives member-elect, Pst. Ukodhiko, said, “Hon Oborevwori ‘s Governorship Project is what all Isoko sons and daughters should key in to by turning out massive votes “
“Let me use this opportunity to appeal that we put everything behind us and unite in support for Hon Oborevwori for Governor and Hon Ferguson Onwo for House of Assembly.
In his response, General Ogomudia, appreciated Ukodhiko for the visit and promised to give the needed support to him, and charged him to prioritize Isoko interest in his representation.
On the Delta Governorship Election, General Ogomudia described the Governorship Candidate, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori has an humble man and expressed optimism that Isoko would experience more development after the elections.