By AUSTIN OWOICHO, Abuja
The leadership of youth bodies in Ukwuani Local Government Area of Delta State have been admonished to always preach unity to the people of the area, and continue their support for the economic and infrastructural policies of the government.
This was expressed by the Deputy Speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon Christopher Ochor Ochor when the Ukwuani Youths Association led by the Chairman, Mr. Fidelis Azaka paid him a solidarity visit in Asaba, on Monday March 29, 2021.
Hon Ochor told the youth that democratic dividends can only come to a place when there is harmonious understanding between the people and the government, pointing out that rumours and quarreyl do not breed development, but distrust and lack of government’s attention.
The Deputy Speaker stated that his desire is to see a strong economic and social development of Ukwuani Local Government Area where love, and unity will be the bedrock of the different groups and communities, adding that this should also be the desire of every person of Ukwuani descent, irrespective of ideological differences.
Hon Ochor also used the opportunity to solicit for more support for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), and the administration of Senator Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, to continue to enjoy the vast dividends of democracy his government hady been rolling out in the state, as opposition in any form will not be good for any section of the local government area.
Earlier, the leader of the Ukwuani Youth Association, Mr. Fidelis Azaka, commended the Deputy Speaker for his love for the people, assuring him of their continuous support to his office, and the administration of Senator Ifeanyi Okowa as the youth and people of the state have witnessed massive development since the inception of the present administration.
He also pleaded with the Deputy Speaker not to allow the recent fall out from the local government election in Umutu community to dampen his love for the people, while calling on the electorate to give him their full support and cooperation.