Two leaders of the All Progressives Congress in Delta State, have  commended  the involvement of Revd Francis Waive, a House of Representatives aspirant for Ughelli North/South and Udu constituency, in  politics.

Francis Waive

Olorogun O’tega and Senator Ovie Omo-Agege, speaking at the meeting of Clergy Ward Executives from the 32  wards in the federal  constituency of  Waive  at Ughelli, on Democracy Day, noted that the cleric had  added value to APC since he joined the party.

Emerhor, who was represented by Chief Fred Oloko, a former House of Reps member, promised Waive a level-playing ground in the party primaries, saying the likes of  the aspirant was an asset to the party, and therefore will be given the needed support.

“Waive has been working hard to bring new members to the party, so I must commend his efforts because he has added value to APC since he joined the party, from what I have seen here, I can assure you that he will be given a level playing ground during the primary”, he said.

On his part, Omo-Agege, who was represented by a chieftain of the party in Ughelli North, Chief Dickson Umukoro, stated that  Waive was already a candidate of the party for Ughelli North/South and Udu constituency.

“There is no way Omo-Agege can leave Waive, they are going to the National Assembly together; I can tell you that Revd Waive is a candidate of APC for Ughelli North/South and Udu constituency”, Umukoro said.

Earlier, the Director General of Revd Francis Ejiroghene Waive Campaign Organisation, Revd Israel Unutami, said that with the Church solidly behind Waive, the game was over as he will be declared unopposed.

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