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Delta LGA Election: Group passes vote of confidence on Ughelli North Council boss, Adode

Godwin Adode, Ughelli North local government Chairman

Ahead of March 6, 2021, Delta State Local Government election, a political pressure group in Ughelli North local government area Delta State, Ughelli North Concerned Group for Good Governance (UNCGG), has passed a vote of implicit confident on the incumbent chairman of the council area, Hon. Godwin Adode.


The Group in a statement signed by its Coordinator, Comrade Lucky Ofomukoro and its secretary, Chief Ogbare Sakitikpi, noted that the council has witnessed tremendous developments and a near-crime free situation in the council areas since he assumed office.


While calling on the good people of Ughelli North to reelect Hon Adode for the second term in office, they observed with total dismay on a concocted publication in some of the national dailies and online media where they attempted to drag the hard-earned reputation of the council boss into the mud, using the pseudo name.


The group called on the party leaders and the general public to disregard the publication in its entirety, noting that Hon. Adobe’s three years in office has ushered in peace and developments that have not been witnessed in the history of the council area since its creation.


“We are proud to say that Hon. Godwin Adode has done well and he should be re-elected into office for the second time, he has worked for the council, his handworks speak volumes for him and can be seen in all the nooks and crannies of the council area.


“During the COVID-19 pandemic, he did not leave his constituents, he is always with them, he identifies with them.”

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While calling for his reelection, he assured that the council will experience more developments if voted into office for a second term.


“We are strongly behind the leaders of the party (PDP) in Ughelli north local government area; we will work with them to ensure that the council boss is reelected”.

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