2023: Kingsely Otuaro picks PDP nomination form, urges Deltans to be patient
Delta State Deputy Governor, Barr. Kingsely Otuaro has on Friday picked the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Governorship nomination form in Abuja.
GbaramatuVoice had earlier reported that Otuaro will pick the Governorship Nomination form and the Expression of Interest on Friday, March 24.
GbaramatuVoice recalls that Otuaro has earlier started consultative visits to various delegates and leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party in their different local government areas telling them of the need to support his gubernatorial ambition as he is capable of continuing the legacies of outgoing Governor Ifeanyi Okowa.
According to Barr Otuaro, as an integral member of the Okowa’s administration, he understands the inner workings and the blueprints and he will consolidate on them to build a strong Delta that everyone will be proud of.
Speaking on the issue of zoning, the deputy governor stated that the issue of zoning is neither here nor there as his principal, Governor Ifeanyi Okowa had stated that there was never a time when everyone gathered and agreed to zone the gubernatorial ticket to a particular region and disqualified others in a different region from contesting.
Otuaro stated that he shares in the opinion of Governor Okowa that there is a zoning arrangement in Delta State and he also stated that he has the backing and blessings of his principal to contest in the 2023 gubernatorial election.
The deputy Governor who addressed journalists shortly after picking the forms at Wadata Plaza, Headquarters of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory, urged Deltans to be patient with the present administration.
He said, “We will Provide jobs, creates wealth, scale up educational, health reform and we will improve on all the projects that current administration are working on.
“Deltans should be patient with the current government and be committed to electoral process by voting for us.
“Deltans should approach the process with decorum, forthrightness and zeal.”
By Gbenga Nicholas