Uduaghan Drops Out Of Delta South Senate Race

Delta State Governor, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan said he dropped out of the Delta South Senatorial race to avoid bloodletting in the State. Governor Uduaghan said that his withdrawal from the Senatorial was in the general interest of the state and democracy at large.
His words, ‘As a manager of the process in the state level, I have always appealed to other contestant that election must not be a do-or die affair. In this state there has been political tension, unfortunately in this state there has been ethnic tension that seems to be threatening the peace and security. This has been noticed at the national level. Mr President and the national hierarchy are concerned and a lot of discussion has gone on. My main agenda is the peace and security and I will do everything to stop anything that will threaten the peace and security of the state. The State has been more peaceful than I met it 7 years ago. And I am determined to leave Delta peaceful.’

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