By festus ahon
UGHELLI— FORMER Secretary to Delta State Government, Obarisi Ovie Omo-Agege, has said that he was committed to adding value to the governance of Delta State if elected in the forthcoming 2015 governorship polls, noting that he was not a reluctant aspirant.
Speaking at his Orogun hometown, when he paid a consultative visit to the Okpara-Uku, Omo-Agege emphasised that he was in the race because of his conviction that, if given the mandate, he will add value to governance in the state.
The guber aspirant, who also spoke at Ozoro and Oleh, Isoko North and South Local Government areas, respectively, said: “I am running because I feel I can add value to governance.
“That was what propelled me in 2007 and 2011, but that I was not successful is not enough for me to say the dream should die.
“I want to contribute my quota to the development of the state. If I did not think I have the capacity to give good governance to Deltans, I will not bring myself to vie for the position.”