DC23 Screening Is Against Our Slogan Of Where Okowa Go We Go

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My opposition to the screening of aspirants by DC23 has been as constant as the northern star, and it remains as strong today as it ever was.
I predicted what would happen if this exercise continued, and in a few days’ time I will be proved right. There will be two aspirants from Ughelli Axis and one from Osu federal constituency, Dazzol.

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I have spoken and written more than anyone else in Delta state over the last 2 years about the associated injustice and marginalisation of the people of Osu federal constituency and the inequality, tyranny, wickedness, evil, injustice, and insensitivity of not listening to their genuine agitation by our brothers from Delta central.

I have spoken up for the weak, the poor, the oppressed, the deprived, the voiceless and the persecuted across ethnic, religious and party lines. And I have done all this right under the noses of those in power, not from distant shores or foreign lands.
I have also suffered more, lost more, been humiliated more, been persecuted more, been misunderstood more, been insulted more than most people from Osu federal constituency for my unrelenting opposition to leaders from the Urhobo nation for not looking into the beauty of our argunents as they ought to do.

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We attended the get-together party organised by Delta Politcal Vanguard where the slogan “Where Okowa Goes, We Go” was unanimously adopted by critical stakeholders in Delta politics.

The Chairman of the group, Hon. Micheal Diden, was emphatic when he said they have met with all stakeholders, including DC23, and they also agreed to adhere to the decision of His Excellency Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa. Up till this very moment, nobody has come forward to dispute that fact.

I find it extremely hypocritical and self-serving to continue the screening exercise by DC 23 despite the public outcry against such a move because you can say in one breadth “where Okowa goes, you go” while also presenting a candidate for him in another.