By Tunde Oso

Constituents of Delta Central Senatorial District of Delta State have urged the candidate of the All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, Mr Peters Omaruaye, to deliver on his manifestos to make the lives of the people in his district better.

In his response, Omaruaye said he has all it takes to represent the Senatorial District well and would not fail them on his programmes for the electorate.

In a town hall meeting, which was attended by the President Generals of the 24 Kingdoms that make up of Urhobo Nation at the Uvwie Town in Effurun Delta State, Omaruaye told the Urhobo leaders that he has the capacity not only to make laws that will bring sustainable development to Urhobo and other ethnic nationalities in the state, he also stressed that Urhobos will be very proud of him because he will accommodate all interests and his doors will always be open.

While stating that since the President Generals are the link between the people and the Kings, he added that it will be wrong for him not to consult with them before commencing his campaign.

While introducing Omaruaye earlier, Chief Clever Egbedi and Comrade John Enakhireru, Delta Central Senatorial District Chairman of APGA, urged the 24 President Generals to back him and that he is not going to be selfish nor sectional in his representation of Urhobos, but rather he is going to carry all along.

Responding on behalf of the Forum of Urhobo President Generals, its spokesman, Chief Hope Erute, who is the President General of Uvwie Kingdom expressed delight and said Urhobo as people have a lot of capable and qualified children.

Erute disclosed that they are digesting the manifestos of all the contestants and that of Omaruaye, however, maintaining that they know all of them and at the appropriate time they are going to come out with a decision that will favour the entire Urhobo nation.

They however, tasked him not to make promises he cannot keep, but come out with people-oriented programmes that can lift the living standards of the people.

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