Great Ogboru: The Man Secretly Working For PDP In Delta Politics

Central Senatorial district elections may have been keenly contested and won by the Peoples Democratic Party candidate, Chief Ighoyota Amori, but reactions will continue to follow the aftermath of the exercise.

Already, senatorial candidate of Labour Party, Bar. Ovie Omo-Agege, has expressed his desires to challenge the outcome of the election in the election .

Omo-Agege has claimed that elections in the district were marred by several irregularities, which he intends to prove at the tribunal in order to recover his ‘stolen mandate’.

Now, concerning the senatorial elections, do you know that did not even vote in the election? He was in far away enjoying his booty from his latest political gamble at the expense of Omo-Agege and the Urhobo nation in general.

Ogboru collected millions of from Omo-Agege to boost his supposed campaign, and team with him brought vigour and awakening to Ogboru’s already dead political campaign.

It is important to note here that it was after Omo-Agege joined Ogboru in Labour Party, that we began to see Ogboru’s campaign bill boards.

This has served Omo-Agege right, and he must have finally learnt some hard lessons. He refused to work and team with O’tega Emerhor of the All Progressives Congresss and decided to go join a political jobber like Ogboru, that was only interested in his money.

The summary of it all is that Ogboru has used Omo-Agege (this time around) and the Urhobo nation (once again) to make his money while clandestinely supporting the .

Imagine what the election result would have been if Omo-Agege had agreed to team up with O’tega? Of course PDP would have disappeared from the radar in Delta Central (I know most people will disagree with this).

To further open your eyes to the political antics of the person of Ogboru in the recent past, it will interest you to know that just as Ogboru did not show up to vote for Omo-Agege, he equally did not cast his vote for Chief Ede Dafinone (DPP) during the by-election to replace the late Ewherido.

Ogboru was alleged to have collected over 60 Million Naira from Dafinone to win the primaries against the preferred Odibo man.

Now, what of Innocent Anidi, Labour Party Chairmanship candidate in Ethiope East LGA election? It is on record that Ogboru did not also vote during the main election as well as during the concluding election. Ogboru was seen leaving for Lagos via Osubi very early on the main election day, and stayed back in Lagos during the concluding election. How can Ogboru do so to Innocent Anidi? The man who also brought vigour and popularity to his already dead LP political campaign in Ethiope-East. The same treatment he handed to Ede Dafinone and Innocent Anidi has just been handed to Omo-Agege.

The lesson from all of these is that Omo-Agege committed political suicide for ever contemplating joining LP instead of .
Ogboru has defrauded him to aid PDP in the Delta Central Senatorial election.

, we must wise up.

Engr. Otobrise John,
Former Legislative aid to Late Sen. Pius Ewherido.

Guest columnist for Newsbeatportal

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  1. Emakpor Martins April 27, 2015

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