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CDHR warns against heating polity

By Festus Ahon
UGHELLI—THE Delta State Chapter of the Committee for the Defence of Human Rights (CDHR) has advised politicians in the state to desist from heating up the polity unnecessarily, as Deltans would pass their votes on the state governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan, at the appropriate time devoid of any form of sycophancy.

The state Chairman of the CDHR, Mr. Oghenejabo Ikimi, gave the advice yesterday while reacting to media publications credited to the member representing Bomadi local government area constituency at the Delta State House of Assembly, Mr. Reginald Dombraye, that the resolution of the State House of Assembly to endorse Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan for a second tenure was ethical and in consonance with democracy.

He said the statement credited to the legislator was misleading and described the resolution of the House as unethical, immoral and not in line with democratic tenets worldwide.


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