AS primary elections to choose candidates for electoral offices commences among political parties in the country, the people of Ndokwa ethnic nationality in Delta State are meeting to ensure that they benefit maximally from the democratic process.
Blank NEWS Online exclusively gathered that for the area to produce the next Governor of Delta State, the Ndokwa Neku Union (NNU) which is apex organization for Ndokwa people has summoned a meeting of all the governorship aspirants from Ndokwa/Ukwuani federal constituency to meet with political leaders from the area on the best approach to ensure that the governorship position does not elude them.
The meeting billed to hold at the residence of the President-General of NNU, Pharm Paul Enebeli in Asaba for convenience on Friday, November 28, 2014, will commence at 2 pm and our authoritative sources disclosed that it is strictly by invitation.
Such personalities who our sources revealed will attend the meeting include Gen. Mike Ndubuisi (rtd), Prof. B.I.C. Ijeomah, Okwa Stephen Ebinum, Chief Godwill Obielum, Chief Joseph Olise, Mrs Esther Uduehi, Hon. Charles Emetulu, Gen. Philip Onyekweli (rtd), Admiral Mike Onah (rtd), Chief Joseph Opone, traditional rulers, Hon. Gabriel Oyibode, Captain Francis Adone, among others.
Our sources who pleaded anonymity, described the President-General of NNU as a passionate Ndokwa man who is determined to ensure that his people have a fair deal in the 2015 general elections, stating that there is the likelihood for decisions to be taken on who the people should vote for in the Senatorial and House of Representatives positions too.
“I can tell you that Ndokwa people are taking the issue of producing the next governor of Delta State serious, they are putting their house in order and as brothers and sisters, if the array of aspirants agrees to work together for once, nothing will stop them from producing the next governor of Delta State,” our sources said, stating that the only agenda for the meeting is, “Strategies For Successful 2015 Primaries.”