Olejeme boasts of emerging Delta governor

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A frontline Governorship Aspirant in Delta state, under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Ngozi Olejeme has expressed confidence that she would emerge winner of next year 's gubernatorial election in Delta State as she had the support of a large spectrum of the electorates.

Speaking shortly after the commissioning ceremony of the state PDP Secretariat at Asaba, the Delta State capital, by the National Chairman of the party, Adamu Mu'azu, Olejeme said her supporters including men, women and youths transcended the three senatorial districts of the state.

She noted that her political structure and goodwill garnered over the years in the service of the people would guarantee her victory at the  PDP primaries and subsequently the 2015 governorship election.

Olejeme who is the Chairman of Board of Directors of Nigeria Social Insurance Trust Fund (NSITF) and also convener SURE-P Sub-Committee on Public Works and Road Rehabilitation said her pedigree and vast experience as an administrator and technocrat had prepared her for greater service. She described herself as the best aspirant for the Delta State government house in Asaba.

On her vision for the state, Olejeme explained that she would ensure equitable distribution of basic social infrastructure as well as promotion of industrialization and viable agricultural entrepreneurship in various parts of the state. She pledged to implement a pan-Delta agenda if elected first female governor of the state in 2015.

 

Olejeme went on to state that Delta State, as a complex multi-ethnic society, need a leader that would promote unity, peace and development among the people and promised to consolidate on the legacy of Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan. She called for the continued support of the men, women folk, youths, traditional rulers and religious institutions in her quest to create a better society for all Deltans.


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