The Delta State Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has criticised the Chairman of the Labour Party, LP, South-South, Chief Tony Ezeagwu, over his comment on Governor Sheriff Oborevwori’s 100 days in office.
In a statement, the party’s State Publicity Secretary, Dr. Ifeanyi Osuoza, said: “His (Ezeagwu’s) views are no doubt derived from the hearsay of his acolytes, and obviously formed in the figment of his imagination.” Because he had been out of the state, no one should take him seriously or lose sleep over his twisted logic.
“Despite his high-sounding status, Chief Ezeagwu’s rant should be confined to the garbage bin of warped fantasy and treated as the ranting of an insignificant opposition critic.”
“The media space is already awash with stories and articles detailing the governor’s activities since he took office on May 29, 2023, so we don’t need to rehash what is already public.”
“As a political party, we are proud that, as is customary with PDP policy, government is a continuum and that future administrations must not fall behind in completing projects inherited from previous administrations.”
“Around 400 such projects are in various stages of advanced work and completion.”
The governor’s humanitarian effort, which resulted in the release of a significant sum of money to pay outstanding pensions in the Local Governments, speaks highly of his commitment to making Deltans of all stripes happy. He has also released large funds for the payment of promotion arrears to state government personnel.
“His plan to purchase vehicles for transport and put them on the road to mitigate the impact of transport due to the austerity measures is remarkable and commendable.”