June 18, 2009

Delta Accord Party tasked on repositioning

By Festus Ahon
ASABA—The caretaker committee chairman of the Accord Party in Delta State, Ogbuefi Godday Mgbabego, has charged leaders and stakeholders of the party to set in motion a mechanism for the repositioning of the party towards occupying its rightful place in the political scheme of things in the state.

Mgbabego who spoke at an enlarged meeting of the party’s leaders and stakeholders at the party’s secretariat, Asaba, noted that the party was determined to initiate programmes that would showcase the intention of the party for the people.

He maintained that the caretaker committee was put in place as  a result of the dissolution of the immediate past executive and expressed the readiness of the present leadership of the party to promote discipline and cohesion in the party.

While commending Senator Patrick Osakwe, Pat Ajudua and other leaders of the party for their commitment to the growth of the party, Mgbabego assured that the caretaker committee would co-operate with leaders and members to strengthen the party.

Also speaking during the meeting, the member representing Oshimili North Constituency in Delta State House of Assembly,  Pat Ajudua, stressed the need for members to remain steadfast and resolute in their support for the party.

She disclosed that the party was being reorganized to meet the present day realities and maintained that the party will continue to partner with Delta State government.

On his part, the National Financial Secretary of the party, Chief Anthony Omohavigho advised members to work assiduously towards the growth and development of the party and expressed the determination of the national Executive of the party to support the state caretaker committee in the quest to achieve the desired results.

The meeting was well attended by a cross section of leaders and members of the party from the 25 Local Government areas of the state including the secretary of the party, Chief Kizito Ijeh, Gilbert Ineneji and Lawrence Onojake.