Meeting For Zoning Of Chairmanship Seat In Udu Was Inconclusive, Says Uviejitobor



By Hezekiah Ovedhe.

Hon. Peter Uviejitobor, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Government Affairs, has clarified that the meeting held on Monday to purportedly zone the next chairmanship seat of Udu Local Government Council was inconclusive due to disagreements.

Speaking to journalists after the meeting, Uviejitobor explained that the meeting was organized by a group of individuals who aim to have both elective and appointive positions allocated to Udu South.

The former lawmaker, who represented Udu Constituency in the Delta State House of Assembly, pointed out that the committee responsible for the zoning failed to assign the PDP LGA Chairmanship seat and other key positions to the zones.

“How can they propose to zone the chairmanship seat to Udu South, which already has a serving state commissioner, DESOPADEC Commissioner, PDP LGA Chairman, and other crucial positions?” he questioned.

“As a prominent leader and party member in Udu Local Government Area, the matter of zoning remains inconclusive because the South is pushing to ensure that the North receives nothing, which is detrimental to our party,” he emphasized.


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