A prominent chairmanship aspirant in Burutu Local Government Area, Hon. Lucky Oweimieotu has extended his heartfelt congratulations to Governor Sheriff Oborevwori on his recent victory at the Appeal Court.
The Appeal Court ruling, which upheld Governor Oborevwori’s electoral triumph, has brought about a wave of joy and celebration throughout the state, with many viewing it as a testament to the people’s trust and confidence in his leadership..
Oweimieotu, known for his political acumen and strong grassroots support, seized the opportunity to commend Governor Oborevwori’s commitment to good governance and his tireless efforts in advancing the interests of Delta State and its citizens.
Speaking at a press conference held in Burutu, Oweimieotu expressed his admiration for Governor Oborevwori’s leadership style and dedication to the betterment of the state.
He noted that the governor’s victory was a well-deserved recognition of his remarkable achievements and the positive impact he has made during his tenure.
Governor Sheriff Oborevwori’s victory at the Appeal Court is a testament to his exceptional leadership and the trust placed in him by the good people of Delta State.
His commitment to the development and progress of our state is unwavering, and this victory further solidifies his mandate to continue serving the people,” Oweimieotu remarked.
The chairmanship aspirant further emphasized the importance of unity within the Delta State political landscape, urging all stakeholders to rally behind Governor Oborevwori’s administration and work collectively towards the state’s prosperity.
Oweimieotu also expressed his optimism for a strengthened partnership between the governor’s administration and local government leaders, highlighting the potential for collaboration in driving sustainable development and inclusive governance at the grassroots level.
Oweimieotu pledged his unwavering support to Governor Oborevwori’s leadership, promising to work tirelessly to ensure the success of the governor’s agenda in Burutu Local Government Area if elected.