By Onozure Dania
Koko—A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Warri North Local Government Area, Delta State, Chief Francis Maku-Eyituoyor, has debunked unsavoury media report credited to Air Vice-Marshall, Frank Ajobena (retd), about the role former Governor of Delta State, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan played in the 2019 general elections, stating that it was unfair and completely false.
Maku-Eyituoyor said Uduaghan is a sincere and loyal member of the APC, who worked very hard, expended his time, energy and resources for the success of the party in the state and gave President Muhammadu Buhari the highest number of votes in the South-South in the elections.
He added that the former governor also did not relent in working for Chief Ogboru, the APC gubernatorial candidate as well as others that contested the elections on the party’s ticket.
Maku-Eyituoyor who is the immediate past chairman of Warri LGA, said that the overall fortune of the APC in the elections was paramount to Uduaghan, just as his own senatorial ambition.
He advised Ajobena to engage himself in fashioning out strategies geared towards strengthening the party by promoting peace and reconciliation among its feuding factions, instead of stoking the ember of divisiveness and blame game that do not augur well for the APC in the state.