Ukah Patrick, Delta State Commissioner for Education, has called for a strengthened Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, in Delta North Senatorial District.
Ukah specifically called on stakeholders to synergize for unity in the party.
The Commissioner made the call during an enlarged North Senatorial District leaders’ meeting in Ogwashi-Uku, Aniocha South Local Government.
He identified love and unity as veritable elements that could enhance the growth and development of the party.
Ukah Patrick urged political appointees in the Okowa’s administration to ensure that the state government meets the yearnings of Deltans. He emphasized the importance of leaving behind endearing legacies for the overall well-being of Deltans and residents of the state.
In his remarks, Delta State Commissioner for Finance, Sir Fidelis Tilije, stressed the need for togetherness for the party.
Tilije added that Delta North PDP would continue to be strengthened to consolidate on its dominance in the state.
Tilije noted that the Okowa administration has touched several lives through multiplicity of people-oriented policies and programmes since 2015.
Earlier, the Delta North Chairman of the party, Chief Moses Iduh, urged party faithful to always consult their leaders on all issues. He stressed the importance of oneness as a critical factor in engendering such a spirit of consultation. “We must try to consolidate the enviable position of the party in the state,” he said.
Chief Iduh also advocated for respect for leaders. “Respect is important for various national and state lawmakers, commissioners, local government chairmen and other political appointees,” he admonishes.
Iduh sued for cooperation among party faithful for electioneering victories especially now that the council election is nearer.
He stressed the need for various executive members in the local government areas to work harmoniously with their council chairmen.