…..Says Omo-Agege Is A Baby Politician, Not Morally Fit To Govern.
Executive Assistant to Delta State Governor on Communications, Olorogun Barr Fred Latimore Oghenesivbe, has said that the just concluded Gubernatorial Primary of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the state was a show of shame, and it clearly revealed the overbearing and despotic nature of APC controversial candidate, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege.
Oghenesivbe made the assertion while responding to questions on a live radio programme monitored on Friday morning, 27th May in Asaba, wherein he lambasted the outgoing Deputy Senate President for casting negative aspersions at the enviable visionary leadership and integrity of the platinum governor of Delta state, Senator Dr Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa.
Oghenesivbe posited that Ovie Omo Agege contributed substantially as the Deputy Senate President, DSP, to the monumental failures and abysmal performance of the APC national government in the past seven years and still counting under president Muhammadu Buhari.
He noted that the greatest achievement of Agege in the red chambers was his unpatriotic capacity and criminal sagacity in snatching the hollowed chamber mace during plenary to avoid the foreseeable impeachment of a nonperforming president, an ugly development which fraudulently earned Agege the DSP title.
Okowa’s EAC disclosed that DSP Agege played substantial roles in the amendment of the Electoral Act 2022 which eventually excluded statutory delegates; President and Vice President, Governors and their Deputies, Ministers, past and present party executives from ward to national levels from voting in the ongoing party primaries.
He aptly described DSP Ovie Omo-Agege, as an unintelligent lawmaker, a charge and bail lawyer for many years before delving into the realm of political activism, as can be seen from the legal defects and needless legal drafting lacuna in the Electoral Act 2022, obviously and reckless mastermind by him and other members of his unpatriotic cabal in Buhari administration.
The renowned communication strategist, Oghenesivbe, further described the Delta APC controversial Guber Candidate, DSP Agege as a self acclaimed all knowing despotic baby politician with multifaceted moral deficiencies, and therefore not fit to occupy the office of governor, not in Delta, not anywhere in the world.
He assured Deltans that PDP candidate and Excessive Local Content incoming governor, Rt Hon Sheriff Francis Oborevwori, well known for his astonishing Street Credibility capacity will effortlessly defeat Agege with an embarrassing wide margin at the governorship election, come 2023.
“The achievements of governor Okowa in Delta State within the past seven years are in prints, well documented and published in various specialized and news magazines, aired on major television stations weekly.
“The multifaceted legacies and developmental strides of our amiable governor cannot be disputed, they are clearly visible and tangible. Deltans are well informed and ready to vote PDP in 2023.
“Okowa’s monumental achievements will give Delta PDP a super advantage in terms of winning votes over the epileptic APC that crumbled the nation’s economy, mismanaged our Commonwealth, ruined the health and educational sectors, amplified insecurity and intentionally upgraded corruption in Nigeria, et al.
“Majority of eligible Deltans will never vote for DSP Agege known to be a perpetual liar, mace runner, morally deficient, crude, despotic, self centered, arrogant, highly tribalistic, engulfed in acute nepotism and super egocentric.
“Agege is extensively banking on fabricated lies, black propaganda and other negative vices as campaign tools and strategies, but unknown to him Deltans have upgraded, well informed politically, highly knowledgeable in modern electioneering politics far ahead of Agege’s unintelligent and retrogressive electioneering strategies.
“Come 2023, DSP Agege and the fast decaying APC shall be humiliated at the polls by eligible voters, and PDP local content and the peoples’ candidate, Rt Hon Sheriff Francis Oborevwori, shall be sworn-in as governor Okowa’s successor on may 29, 2023,” oghenesivbe assured.