Delta South Dynamic Ladies, begin advocacy against vote-buying

Fast-growing socio-political pressure group, Delta South Dynamic Ladies, DSDL, on Tuesday April 26, began advocacy against


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Delta South Dynamic Ladies, begin advocacy against vote-buying
A Cross Section of members of DSDL led by Sybil Orejemite Owumi, Chief (Mrs.) Rose Dolokurumo & others, after the advocacy campaign


 

Fast-growing socio-political pressure group, Delta South Dynamic Ladies, DSDL, on Tuesday April 26, began advocacy against vote-buying, with a visit to Ogbe-Ijoh in Warri South-West Local Government Area, Delta State.

 

Recall that DSDL, with membership cutting across the eight local government areas that make up Delta South Senatorial District, vis - a- vis Bomadi, Burutu, Patani, Isoko North, Isoko South, Warri South, Warri South - West and Warri North Local Government, had embarked on sensitization campaign for the promotion of more women participation and representation in government.

Video Clip of the Advocacy:

Addressing an impressive gathering of women yesterday at Ogbe-Ijoh, the Coordinator of Delta South Dynamic Ladies, Sybil Orejemite Owumi, stated: “All we are saying, is that women should try and do away with the old ways of 2k vote-buying system and do the right thing, by voting credible candidates, that would provide effective and people-driven governance”.

 

Fresh Angle International can report that Sybil Owumi, who was flanked by the Coordinator representing the Itsekiri Nation in Delta South Dynamic Ladies, Etsole Juliana Oristeweyinmi, Coordinator representing Ijaws of Warri South-West in the group, Ekwetafia Mesahru Ejiro Stella and other prominent members of DSDL, were received by the PDP Women Leader of Ogbe-Ijoh Ward 1, Chief (Mrs.) Rose Dolokurumo and other female grassroots leaders.

 

 

Chief (Mrs.) Rose Dolokurumo (right) Sybil Orejemite Owumi (middle) & the coordinator of Warri South-West, DSDL & others

 

 

This Newspaper had reported how the leadership of DSDL, on Saturday July 3, 2021, visited Hon. Michael Diden, at his residence in Sapele, Sapele Local Government Area of the state.

 

Hon. Diden, who was reportedly pleased to meet members of the group, promised to work with them, “when the time comes”.


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