Delta South: Kpokpogri endorses Joel-Onowakpo for senatorial seat

Says his candidacy is Isoko's project

By Kelvin Ohoror,




Rear Admiral John Kpokpogri (Rtd) and former gubernatorial aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Delta State has endorsed the candidacy of Hon Joel-Onowakpo Thomas for Delta South senatorial seat.

Kpokpogri said Joel-Onowakpo’s time has come to take over the mantle from the incumbent Senator James Manager at the Red Chamber of the National Assembly and as such deserves all the support he can get to clinch the position.

In a consultative visit on Friday to the abode of the retired naval officer in Warri to seek his fatherly support, the host stated that APC senatorial candidate for Delta South represents the Isoko’s project that is devoid of partisanship, adding that he will commit everything necessary to ensure the ‘Isoko First’ mantra comes to fruition.

While addressing Joel-Onowakpo as the incoming senator representing Delta south senatorial district, the retired naval officer who hails from Ikpide-Irri and a chieftain of the PDP in Delta state stressed that the appointed time for ex-chairman of Delta Board of Internal Revenue (DBIR) has come.

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According to him, the APC senatorial candidate possesses the requisite knowledge to produce a brilliant senator, stressing that it will be a misnomer on his part to abandon his son, who is eminently qualified, to support another.

“This is an Isoko project, I will do my best to make this dream a reality,” Kpokpogri assured. “It will be ethically wrong to abandon my most qualified son for another,” he added.

However, this development is coming a few days after the media became awash with the endorsement of the frontline candidate by the Delta state’s foremost leader and ex-governor of the state, Chief James Onanefe Obori in his Oghara country home in Ethiope West local government area of Delta State.

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