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Minority Leader, House of Representatives and Member Representing Isoko Federal Constituency, Hon Leo Ogor, has congratulated the Executive Governor of Delta State Sen. Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, and the People’s Democratic Party, PDP on the victory of the Governor and the party at the Elections Petitions Tribunal.

The Federal lawmaker says he feels fulfilled and elated over the judgment of the Delta State Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Asaba in which the duly elected governor of Delta state emerged victorious.

Ogor says although he was undaunted and not in doubt about the victory of the party in all matters before the Tribunal, but the fact that in spite of the visible pressure and efforts by the losers, the tribunal Justices, members of the Tribunal remained unswayed and demonstrated their unbiased disposition in the matter by considering its merit.

He further describes the judgment and the success of the gallant party elected governor as well deserved and a further demonstration of the uprightness of the judiciary, commending members of the Tribunal for a job well done.

The PDP leader of the house of representatives, while congratulating the Governor for the victory and not being perturbed or distracted from carrying out his executive duties by the actions of his challengers during the hearing process, charged him to remain focused and committed as dependable party faithful for the state as well as being accessible to all Deltans.

While also reiterating his admonition to the opposition (the APC) and the labour Party LP to desist from engaging or taking undemocratic actions and making inflammatory comments capable of plunging the State into crisis, the federal lawmaker called on the PDP teeming supporters and people of the State to remain steadfast, assuring them of better deal under the administration of Sen Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa which he said has come to stay.

“On behalf of the good people of Isoko South/North Federal constituency I rejoice with you and our dear state over this tribunal victory,” Hon. Ogor said.