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Delta House of Assembly polls: APM endorses Mugidi

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The bid of Prince Moses Samuel Mugidi,  Labour Party candidate for Uvwie Constituency, Delta State House of Assembly, has received further boost as the Chairman of Allied Political Movement, APM, Uvwie local government, Mr Fidelix Ogah led other officials of the party to endorse him.

Mr Ogah in his address at the meeting between both parties said that Prince Mugidi is a man of integrity who is ready to take Uvwie to a greater height and explained that they are not ready to partner with any party that foments trouble in Uvwie land.”

He added that they discovered that the Labour Party candidate has all it takes to redeem the image of Uvwie if elected, stressing that they endorsed Prince Mugidi as a result of the trust and confidence they reposed in him and charged him to carry them along.

Responding, Prince Mugidi expressed gratitude to the leadership of Uvwie LGA APM and assured them of preparedness to work with them for the overall development of Uvwie if elected.

He promised to create an economic board for the development of the area as well as make education free in Uvwie through establishing a foundation known as Famous Foundation in which companies operating in the land will contribute financially. According to him, the board will be managed by the Ovie of Uvwie Kingdom, His Royal Majesty Abe 1, with representatives from each of the 10 wards.

He also disclosed that he will restore all employment slots given to Uvwie by companies operating in the land which they are presently denying them.

The Labour Party chairman, Uvwie local government, Mr Ojevwe Onovakpuri expressed gratitude to his APM counterpart for the endorsement and urged them to engage in serious mobilisation for the success of the party in the area.

The entire Uvwie LGA APM executive and the 10 ward chairmen were present at the meeting.


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