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My 100 Days In Office As Governor No Deltan”II Look For Job In The State — Gbagi

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My 100 Days In Office As Governor No Deltan”II Look For Job In The State — Gbagi

 

The governorship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Delta state, Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi has stated that his time has come to be governor of Delta state come 2023 and his 100 days in office as governor of Delta state no Deltan will look for job in the state.

According to Gbagi, “He has been oppressed for 20years saying that as a foundation member of the PDP, he funded the party activities from 1999 still date which nobody has done that in the history of the party. As businessman and industrialist, “I pay 180 million naira every month as salary and am the biggest investor in the state. I have paid my dues Deltans should consider me in 2023 as their governor.

Gbagi, who made this known in media interaction session with journalists in his country home, Oginibu in Ughelli South Local Area of Delta state said, he has always been a loyal party-man even when things didn’t go his way especially in 1999 when he contested the governorship primaries with Chief Jame Ibori former governor of Delta state

“After the 1999 governorship primary I went underground to better my plans for the state, re-strategize and wait for my turn, which he said has eventually come. “I have paid my dues as a politician, businessman and an industrialist, so I appealed to Deltans especially the PDP delegates to give me their votes”.

According to Gbagi, “It is the duty of the people of Delta State to identify the good people who are capable of developing the state and maximizing all its abundant potentials among them. So I want you journalists to serve as the apostle that preaches the gospel of how to change the narrative of Delta State and its people”.

Gbagi, former Minister of Education (State) emphasized the importance of unity and togetherness in Delta state and challenged the people to stand against crime, chest out against evil and do all it takes to get Delta State to its rightful position.

He appealed to the media to support him, saying he is an honest and transparent politician, businessman and industrialist with nothing to hide and he is willing to use God’s blessings in his life, his experience and expertise to build a better Delta state.

According to  Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi, when I was the Minister of Education (State) I has nothing to do with government salary and I did not use government cars as the Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria I used my personal cars before I left office and that’s exactly what I will do when I became the governor of Delta state in 2023 by the special grace of God.

He said PDP did not zone their party ticket to any tribe in the state but Senatorial District, according to Gbagi, it will interest you to know that in 1999 to 2007 my senior brother, Chief James Ibori former governor of the state (Delta Central), 2007 to 2015 my dear friend, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan (Delta South) former governor of the state, now Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, the incumbent governor of Delta state from Delta North. So for fairness and equity, come 2023 is the turn of Delta Central to produce the next governor in the state.

When ask if is not too early for him to campaign for governor when the present government is yet to settle down with legal battles, he said he is not campaigning but doing consultation ahead of 2023, am very much ready for the task when is time for campaign I will campaign but for now am doing my consultation with my friends and leaders in the state.

Gbagi commend governor Okowa for his developmental stride and promised to sustain his legacies when he become the governor in 2023.

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Comrade Kelly Gilor is a graduate of Communication Management from Delta State university (Delsu), Abraka. He believes in Justice and Equity with Good Governance. He is an activist of the Niger Delta.

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