LG Election: Chief Emami Gathers Support for Yonwuren as APC Continues Campaign in Warri South

Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta State, Chief Ayirimi Emami, led a rally in Warri to garner support for


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LG Election: Chief Emami Gathers Support for Yonwuren as APC Continues Campaign in Warri South
Chief Emami, leading some supporters of APC on a rally round major roads in Warri


Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta State, Chief Ayirimi Emami, led a rally in Warri to garner support for Prince Francis Yonwuren, the APC candidate for the Warri South Local Government Election.

 

Chief Emami along with Yonwuren led a convoy of vehicles on Tuesday, July 9, through major roads in Warri, canvassing votes for the APC candidate.

 

Chief Ayirimi Emami (middle) with Prince Francis Yonwuren & Pastor Kingsley Omonigho at the rally in Warri

The convoy of vehicles, carrying APC stakeholders and supporters, departed from Ajamimogha and drove through Edjeba to Okumagba Estate Roundabout, Deco Road, McDermott Iyara, Warri Sapele Road, and NPA Road.

 

During an interview with the press, Chief Ayirimi Emami, explained that the purpose of the rally was to introduce the APC Warri South Chairmanship candidate, Prince Francis Yonwuren, to the public and to let them know that the APC is active in Warri. He emphasized, "APC is thriving in Warri South, and we are prepared for the upcoming election on Saturday, July 13th."

 

From left Pastor Kingsley Omonigho, Chief Ayirimi Emami & Prince Francis Yonwuren, during the rally

 

He expressed optimism that the chairmanship candidate, Prince Yonwuren, would defeat the opposition party to emerge as the chairman. He described Prince Yonwuren as someone who is well-grounded in terms of community development and human relationships, and as someone who has strong connections with the people at the grassroots level.

 

He urged all residents of Warri South to come out in large numbers and vote for the All Progressives Congress in the upcoming local government election.

 

Warri South APC Chairman, Hon. Mario Owumi, urged the people of Warri South to vote out the opposition party, which has been in power for twenty-five years without any tangible results.

 

"Warri South is the third-richest local government out of the 774 local governments in Nigeria, yet despite its abundant resources, there is little to show for it. It's time to put an end to the insecurity, poverty, and lack of development in our oil-rich local government. This is the time to liberate the people and bring hope and prosperity to them. We are committed to bringing light and hope to the people," he said.

 

Our Senior Roving Correspondent, reports that the APC Chairmanship candidate for Warri South Local Government, Prince Francis Yonwuren, called on the people of Warri South to come out and vote for him. 

 

He said, "I believe I have the capacity and wisdom to lead Warri South; I have paid my dues to Warri South. I urge all youths to come out en masse and vote for the APC.

 

The Vice Chairmanship candidate of APC in Warri South Local Government, Pastor Kingsley Omonigho, stated his confidence in APC's victory in the upcoming local government election, expressing his belief that Yonwuren would effectively represent the people if elected.

 

"He said that the APC candidate is competent and capable, and described him as a visionary leader who will effectively manage the resources of Warri South. 

 

He encouraged residents to come out in large numbers and vote for the APC candidate."

 

Hon. Kingsley Tenumah, an APC chieftain and Director General of the campaign, said the rally aims to sensitize the electorate about the upcoming local government elections on Saturday, urging them to come out and vote.

 

He urged DSIEC not to pervert the will of the people, stating that any attempt to distort the people's wishes will be met with strong resistance. 

 

He emphasized that any election conducted without voter registration and result sheets will be opposed by the people.


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Elohor Foghola
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