APC Chieftain Mocks Omo-Agege’s Ambition To Take Over Ekweremadu’s Position


Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Delta State O’tega Emerhor has ridiculed Ovie Omo-Agege’s dream to be Deputy Senate President in the 9th Assembly.

Concise News understands that Emerhor revealed this in a statement by his media aide, Aghogho Orotomh on Monday.

He said: “Omo-Agege is still delusional as the roof of his senatorial and deputy senate president ambition comes down crashing.

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“He is acting like the proverbial drowning man grabbing at any straw in sight in an attempt to sustain his political life.”

Emerson also alleged that Omo-Agege may be planning to return to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

According to him, “Having succeeded in making the APC fail in the 2019 general elections, it was only a matter of time before he (Omo-Agege) goes back to his “natural home’, the PDP.

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“Omo-Agege upon joining APC kept his group of labor party joiners intact and later transformed it into the Ogboru/Agege faction of today’s Delta APC.

“Omo-Agege’s plan from day one was to ride on the back of Chief Great Ogboru to return back to the senate.

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“He set about this by promising Chief Ogboru of making him Delta State governor in 2019. Against the run of play of equity and political reality, Omo-Agege sold this dummy to Chief Ogboru that power rotation and zoning in Delta State do not matter, that the Delta North do not deserve to complete their 8 years.”