2023: Delta spokesperson joins gubernatorial race

Bailiff Oborevwori, the Speaker, Assembly Delta Housejoined the race for the 2023 gubernatorial election in the state. Mr. Oborevwori revealed this at the resumption of the full House after a recess on Tuesday in Asaba. “My dear colleagues, I have offered to serve our people in a greater capacity in 2023 and there is no going back. “By the grace of Almighty God and the good will of our many supporters, I remain a top contender in the 2023 gubernatorial race,” he said. Welcoming the recess legislators, the speaker commended them for their commitment and support of House programs and activities. He said that the leadership of the Chamber recognized his loyalty and commitment to the success recorded so far. “My distinguished colleagues, as we resume plenary today, I want to remind everyone that we have a number of bills to consider, process and pass before the end of this session in June. “Distinguished colleagues, let me congratulate you on peace and stability in the House. “Delta House of Assembly is one of the most vibrant Houses of Assembly in the country. “This is due to their collective efforts and strength of character. So let us continue to work together with Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, our dear Governor, to achieve the Stronger Delta Vision agenda,” he said. Mr. Oborevwori urged lawmakers to work to get the bills passed through the House. READ ALSO: Delta Assembly approves bill to regulate the manufacture of wooden boats He also called on all political aspirants to pursue their aspirations in peace in the interest of the people and the state. “We must respect the dignity of others, no matter how you feel about them,” he said. The speaker assured his colleagues and constituents that the assembly’s leadership was rooted in accountability and transparency. “I have not been invited by any anti-corruption agency for fraud-related issues,” he boasted. (YAYA) Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; 2023: Delta spokesperson joins gubernatorial race