IPF Pass Vote Of Confidence On Former Delta SSG Macaulay



******commend his leadership prowess across Isoko nation


Isoko Patriotic Front (IPF), one of the formidable pressure group in Isoko Nation in Delta State , has passed a vote of confidence on her Patron Comr. Chief Ovuozourie Samuel Macaulay, the Okiroro of Isoko Nation, former Secretary to Delta State Government and Present Director General of Warri/Effurun Uvwie and Environs Development Agency.


The National Chairman  Hon. Enifoghale Oyede,  stated this recently during the group monthly meeting held at Ozoro,  headquarters of Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta State.  He said the Patron has continued to spread his unbiased political fellowship and dividends of democracy to the electorates across Isoko Nation.


Hon Oyede further buttressed that Comrade Ovouzorie Macaulay’s Leadership prowess, which according to him, is tailored towards peace building is worth emulating.


In his words; “Isoko Patrotic Front is made up of PDP members with  representatives from every wards across Isoko Federal Constituency, we are satisfied with the achievements recorded by our Patron.


“Our Patron, Comr. Chief Ovuozourie Samuel Macaulay, is vigorously pursuing series of people-oriented projects, which will benefit lsoko people at large; and   therefore, we passed a vote of confidence on his Leadership.”


Hon Enifoghale Oyede further reaffirmed that, even though there are some challenges affecting the just concluded primary  election, the party will bounce back in no distant time and come rain or shine. We’re working with our Patron and leader, Comr. Chief  Ovuozourie Samuel Macaulay, in ensuring that all PDP candidates win their various elective positions in the forthcoming general elections.


He charged all lPF members to encourage their Wards electorates to get their PVC as that is the only way they can fulfil their franchise and commitments to electing  best hands to take over rulership in the next general elections.

Omamuzo Efidhere

Omamuzo Efidhere is a registered member of the Nigerian Union of Journalist


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