Delta South: APC, PDP candidates are not selling good music- Omatseye

*Brushes aside ethnicity, political parties’ factors

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Delta South: APC, PDP candidates are not selling good music- Omatseye
Barr. Temisan Omatseye

Action Democratic Party, ADP Candidate for Delta South in the February 16 Presidential/ National Assembly elections, Barr. Temisan Omatseye says his chances are very bright, adding that candidates of the PDP, Senator James Manager and APC, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan are "not selling good music", in the build-up to the polls.


While stating that All Progressive Congress, APC is "yet to recover from the manipulative process” of Delta South Senatorial Primary that schemed him and other aspirants out, Barr. Omatseye stressed that his "candidacy is not out of desperation" and averred that his strength is "more in Isoko and Ijaw areas", as he consolidates in Itsekiri axis.


The Senatorial Contender who spoke to select- newsmen in Warri, Delta State, Thursday January 10, emphasized that when he took his campaign to Patani and Isoko communities Wednesday January 9, they didn't talk about ethnicity and "we are no longer looking at the issue of parties (political) but individuals".


Omatseye who noted that he is the only Senatorial Candidate in Delta South that has five canvassers in every unit that makes up the district, promised to push forward a bill for the establishment of Coast Guard in the Niger Delta if elected as Senator.


He stressed the need to diversify the current logistics problem faced in "our ports" and expressed optimism that the Benin River Port being built by Godwin Obaseki led Edo State Government will impact positively on Delta South, because of its closeness to Eghoro in Warri North Local Government Area.

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