As political parties gear up for the 2023 elections, the gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Sir Siminalayi Fubara has said the support of Rivers people is vital to installing credible leadership in 2023.
Fubara made this known on Friday, July 22, 2022 at Okomoko, the headquarters of Etche Local government area of Rivers State while addressing a mammoth crowd of supporters and PDP faithfuls that graced the Grassroots Development Initiatives organised PVC sensitisation and mobilisation rally.
The candidate represented by his running mate, Prof. Ngozi Odu, emphasised that with the power of the permanent voters card, the people can decide who govern them, thus necessitating the sensitisation to enable them obtain and secure their PVC.
He commended GDI for being in the forefront of enlightening the people on their civic responsibility to promote good governance.
Outlining the gains of obtaining the PVC, chairman of Etche local government council, Hon Obinna Anyanwu said obtaining and securing the PVC enables the people exercise their franchise in the forthcoming general elections in 2023.saying the massive turnout of the people is a demonstration of their strength and readiness to vote in the 2023 elections.
Other party stalwarts who spoke on the importance of obtaining and securing the PVC include the candidate for Rivers East Senatorial election, Hon. Allwell Onyesoh: Deputy Speaker of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Edison Ehie; Deputy Majority Whip Rivers State House of Assembly, Hon Major Jack; chairman of Ikwerre LGA, Hon. Engr. Samuel Nwanosike: PDP leader in Etche, Hon. Emma Anyanwu; Hon. Kelechi Worgu; the GDI President General, Chief Bright Amewhule amongst others. Emphasising on the voters card, Hon. Allwell Onyesoh specifically appealed to the people endeavour to obtain their PVC to vote-in the first Senatorial candidate from Etche extraction in the State.
They further told the people that they must remain steadfast and not be disenfranchised by anybody.Follow us on social media