By Onozure Dania
Chief Great Ogboru, Delta State All Progressives Congress, APC, governorship candidate, has promised to end to the crisis between Aladja and Ogbe-Ijoh commu-nities if elected as the governor on March 9.
Ogboru gave the assurance at Ogbe-Ijoh, Warri South-West Local Government Area of the state when his campaign team visited His Royal Majesty, Couple Mackson Oromoni, the Pere of Ogbe-Ijoh Kingdom.
Ogboru said he will do all within his reach to ensure there was peace and harmony between the two warring communities if he is voted into power as the Delta State governor come March 9, pointing out that the crisis has been on over the years but that because Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has exhausted its ideas and cannot help the situation.
Meanwhile, the Ogboru campaign train also stormed Warri South, canvassing support for President Muhammadu Buhari and senatorial and House of Reprehensives candidates ahead of the election.
The Ogboru campaign train which was described as mother rally in the oil city of Warri, said nothing will stop residents of the area from casting their votes for Buhari and other candidates on Saturday, which is a vote for the total transformation of Delta.
Ogboru charged Deltans to turn out en mass to re-elect Buhari and vote Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan and other APC candidates.