By Atevure Princess,
Ahead of the January 6th 2018 Delta State Local Government Election, over 5000 indigenes and residents of Aladja Community in Udu Local Government Area stormed Ekiagbon quarters for the flag-off of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) Udu Chapter in support of Comr. Onome Kpator and Victor Budja, APGA Councillorship Candidates of Uloho Ward 19 and Izagba Ward 20.
The flag off ceremony which took place at the instance major leaders of the Community also had representatives of the state APGA Executives, Chairman of APGA Udu Chapter, Comr. Kome Ogbodu and others in attendance.
Presenting flags to the two Councillorship Candidates of Uloho Ward 19, Comr. Onome Kpator and Izagba Ward 20, Comr. Victor Budja, the APGA Chairman Udu LGA, Comr. Kome Ogbodu, thanked the mammoth crowd gathered at the flag off ceremony, saying that with the population of people present at the event, the two councillorship candidates of the party (APGA) in Udu have truly won the election come January 6th 2018.
He said; “I present to you the flag of the All Progressive Grand Alliance as Councillorship Candidates of Uloho ward 19, Aladja and Izagba Ward 20, Aladja, to go into the nooks and crannies of your wards and continue your campaign to win more supporters added to the over 5000 supporters gathered here. Go into the lection with ease and come out with victory. Both of you are strong and sellable candidates and from what I have seen today, the other parties have been totally defeated come January 6th 2018”.
Speaking further, the duo Comr. Onome Kpator and Victor Budja, Councillorship candidates of Uloho ward 19 and Izagba ward 20 respectively thanked the supporters for their contributions and presence which made the flag-off a success, urging them to ensure that they keep their voters’ cards (PVCs) safe until January 6th 2018 were it will be used to exercise their franchise at the Local Government Polls.