2023 Elections: Obuah Reassures Repeat Performance As Rivers PDP Campaign Train Takes-off To LGAs, Monday, January 16

As the Rivers State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, commences its statewide campaigns for next month’s general elections, the Director-General of the Party’s Campaign Council, christened New Rivers Vision Consolidation Campaign Council, Bro Felix Obuah says every machinery has been put in place for successful campaigns to guarantee the party’s usual winning streak across the 23 council areas of the State.

The import of the campaign tour is to spread the goodwill message of His Excellency, Chief Barr. Nyesom Ezenwo Wike to Rivers people ahead of the crucial 2023 general elections and to showcase those lined up by the party for the respective elections with a view to consolidating the gains of His Excellency’s quality leadership.

Bro Obuah who won the governorship and other elections for the PDP back to back as the State Party Chairman in 2015 and 2019 respectively, said if the PDP could win the elections based on promises it avowed and has excellently and satisfactorily fulfilled beyond imagination, the 2023 elections which stand on infrastructural revolution in the state by the same PDP-led government will be a smoother ride because ‘seeing is believing’.

While calling for the same degree of support and solidarity that was the propeller and motivator for all the extraordinary performance of the party with His Excellency, Chief Barr. Nyesom Wike on the driver’s seat, Bro Obuah enjoined all party supporters, faithful and lovers of democracy to come out en masse to welcome the PDP campaign team in their respective council areas on their scheduled dates.

The campaign train, he noted, will start with Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni LGA on Monday, January 16, and proceed as follows: Ikwerre LGA, Tuesday, January 17; Emuoha LGA, Wednesday, January 18; Andoni  LGA,  January 20; Khana LGA,  January 21; Oyigbo LGA, January 23; Bonny LGA, January 24; Gokana LGA, January 25; Etche LGA, January 30; Ahoada West LGA, January 31; Opobo/Nkoro LGA, February 4; Asari- Toru LGA, February 6; Ogu/Bolo LGA, February 7; Abua/Odual LGA, February 8; Okrika LGA, February 9; Eleme LGA, February 10; Port Harcourt LGA, February11; Akuku-Toru LGA, February 13; Ahoada East LGA, February 14; Omuma LGA, February 15; Tai LGA, February 16; Degema LGA, February 17 and Obio/Akpor LGA, February 18.

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