APC Denounces ‘Vote-manufacturing’, Unveils Omo-Agege’s Running Mate


August 8, 2022.

A chieftain of the All Progressive’s Congress (APC) and former speaker, delta state house of assembly, Victor Ochei, says that the era when politicians and political parties could speak authoritatively about winning a coming election was over due to the reforms in the electoral process, particularly by the new electoral act in the country.


Ochei, executive director at the Nigerian maritime administration and safety agency (NIMASA), says the new electoral law would prevent the “manufacturing of votes” by political parties.


The former speaker of the delta legislature stated this while fielding questions from journalists in Asaba shortly after formally unveiling the APC 2023 deputy governorship candidate, Friday Osanebi, before the leaders of the party in delta north senatorial district at a meeting held in Asaba.


The meeting, attended by various party leaders, also had in attendance candidates for national and state assemblies’ positions in the 2023 general election.


Before proceeding to a closed-door session, the party leaders stated that “the real game” had just begun as the APC was “on a rescue mission” in delta, which the PDP allegedly mismanaged since the return to democracy in 1999.


Ex-minister of Niger Delta affairs and the director-general of Delta State APC 2023 Governorship Campaign Organisation, Godsday Orubebe, assured that the APC would bring about the victory of senator Ovie Omo-Agege in the 2023 governorship election.










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