Delta Politics


By David Owei

Comrade Sheriff Mulade, who is aspiring to represent Warri South West constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly starting from 2019, has rolled out his victory thanksgiving and appreciation programme to the Traditional Rulers, ward leaders and Stake holders in the constituency.

Sheriff Mulade, who maintained unwavering conviction of a ‘miraculous’ emergence as the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for the House of Assembly seat, urged supporters, friends and stake holders to prepare for a victory thanks giving as his chances of winning the primary is very bright.

Speaking during a press briefing he held at Asaba, he stated: “I have the firm conviction that I will win the PDP primary election meritoriously, though political and human tendency will seek to bend free and fair election, I am convinced beyond doubts that God Will take charge for justice to prevail.”

The House of Assembly hopeful noted that he will not wait for 100 days in office to start running all inclusive representation after emerging victorious at the primary and general elections and reiterated that after the primaries there will be appreciation of delegates, ward leaders, traditional rulers and the electorate.

Giving a highlight of the planned appreciation/thanksgiving, he stressed that the programme starts on October 7th with a victory thanksgiving service slated for Living Faith Chapel on Jakpa Road, Effurum.

According to him, this would be followed with an appreciation to the Olu of Warri and the people of Itsekiri nation on October 9th at the Olu’s Palace. Appreciation to the Pere and the people of Ogbe-Ijoh-Warri Kingdom comes up on October 11th while appreciation to the Regent and the people of Isaba Kingdom is billed for October 16th and appreciation to the Pere and people of Gbaramatu Kingdom comes up October 23rd.

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