Stop playing politics of vendetta, witch-hunt, Ogaga cautions Okowa, Delta PDP leaders
Popular social commentator and activist, Comrade Ogaga Darlington Ossai, has cautioned the Delta state governor, Senator Ifeanyi Okowa, and other PDP leaders in the state to be magnanimous in victory, keep the peace in the party and also stop the war of witch-hunting and vendetta in the state.
Ogaga also in his statement on Monday made available to newsmen congratulated the Delta State Governor Elect, Chief Sheriff Oborevwori, on his recent victory at the poll.
He said: “I want to use this medium to extend my warm congratulations to the Governor-Elect of Delta State, Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori on his Victory at the polls of the just concluded election. However, this press statement is issued to sound a call to order.
“This call has become necessary following the seemingly unending Social media battles from across divide and counter publications in this regards.
“I want to remind the State actors to remember that in-fightings and wranglings within is of no good to the entire house. It is important that the State should take a cue from the PDP at the national level and see how weakened the party has become with these negative energy. It will be unfortunate to repeat such feat at the local government level.
“Rather than dividing the party or taking out vandeta against the party members, leaders should look at healing from the wounds and making progress.
“A case in point is the recent wanton suspension of honourable members on the account of misconducts with wild claims of the accusations lacking proof. While I do not want to bore the press with the details in that regards, my plea is that stakeholders should come together and Intervene before it leads to unamenable cracks in the party.
“After elections comes governance. Now that the elections are over, the party needs to be magnanimous in victory and reach out for peace and progress to reign. Only in peace can progress be achieved.
“I call on all parties involved to call their media boys and girls to put the matter to rest and look inwards for amicable settlement.”