August 19, 2017

Inoaghan tasks Sapele/Okpe people on voter’s registration

Collection of PVCs


The Senior Special Assistant on Special Duties to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State, Mr Eugene Inoaghan, has advised the people of Sapele and Okpe to take the present registration exercise conducted by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC)  serious  in order not to be disenfranchised during subsequent elections.

He gave the advice when he played host to the president generals of various communities in Sapele council area at his residence in Sapele, lamenting  that the figure of those who have registered so far in Sapele and his environs is relatively low.

Mr Inoaghan stressed that an area where there is low voting strength may have low government patronage, for this reason he promised to work with the president generals of various Okpe communities to ensure massive registration of people in various  communities.

On his part, Chief Venture Okagbode, president general of Okirhegwren community commended Mr  Inaoghan  for bringing them together for the progress of the communities, saying that they will work together in ensuring that everybody who is of voting age is registered.