A group known as the Ijaw Democrats, ID, in Bomadi local government area has congratulated PDP candidates for their victory in the just concluded 2015 general elections.
The group congratulated Senator James Manager, the House of representatives member for Bomadi/Patani federal constituency, Hon. Nicholas Mutu and Hon. Oboro Preyor for the Bomadi constituency seat in the state House of Assembly who were recently re-elected at the just concluded polls.
The group through its leader Binaebi Ewurudje congratulated the trio on their successful re-election, saying that the victory of the three lawmakers is a welcome development, which according to him “reflects the collective will of the electorate.
Ewurudje called on the winners not to allow the celebration of their victory to enter into their heads rather “they should see their victory as a time to make good their electioneering promises to the people of the constituency. They should concentrate more on the general welfare of the masses through providing job opportunities and empowerment schemes, electricity supply, education, as well as galvanizing the economic potentials of the people and construction of more roads in the area” the group said.
The group maintained that ID, whose aim is to ensure that through mobilization and enlightenment credible leaders with the strength of character that stands for justice and fair-play are elected to govern the people expressed delight over the emergence of the three lawmakers, and lauded the Independent Electoral Commission, INEC, for the smooth conduct of the polls.
While thanking its numerous supporters and members of the group for ensuring that they mobilized and voted for all the PDP candidates and for their peaceful disposition during the election, Ewurudje enjoined losers to accept defeat as exemplified by President Goodluck Jonathan for the interest of the will of the people in order to deepen democratic values in the local government areas in particular, and Delta state in general to move forward.

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