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Determined to stop anything that could affect the peaceful co-existence of the people of Anioma, Delta North Accord Party senatorial candidate, Victor Ochei, has admonished the electorate in the zone against any form of election violence.

He made the call at Ute-Okpu in Ika North-East Local Government Area while addressing Accord Party supporters who were victims of thuggery and vandalism allegedly unleashed by supporters of a rival political party shortly before the arrival of the senatorial standard-bearer.

Ochei called for restraint and steadfastness from his supporters adding that political violence signifies an inability to embrace the virtues of democracy as a means of encouraging freedom of expression and choice as paramount factors of societal development.

Ochei, former Speaker of the Delta State House of Assembly, promised to allow the law to take its full course in unravelling the perpetrators of the act, as he said Anioma people have never had recourse to violence in a competitive environment.

Meanwhile, Ochei has promised the Ika North East electorate credible and responsible representation of Delta North senatorial zone if elected into the Nigerian Senate.

He made the pledge at Owa-Alero while addressing a large crowd of supporters during an electioneering interaction with the electorate that took him to all the 14 wards in Ika North-East Local Government Area.

Source: Daily Independent

 

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