Chief Ighoyota Amori

By Ovie Okpare

Former Delta Central Senator and chairman of the Delta State Capital Territory Development Agency, Asaba, Chief Ighoyota Amori, says Urhobos all over the world must unite and build bridges to win 2023 governorship election in Delta State.

Amori, a former commissioner and dependably ally of former Governor James Ibori, said Urhobo People worldwide must speak with one voice more than ever as the greater good of Urhobo Nation towards producing the next governor.

Addressing Urhobo sons and daughters at the Annual Convention of the Urhobo Progress Union, America (UPUA) at the Loews Philadelphia Hotel, Philadelphia, United States of America noted that the fact that Urhobo will produce next governor of the state in 2023 must never be compromised.

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 He said in a bid to achieve the task Urhobo people should unite more than ever to ensure that an Urhobo son or daughter emerges as governor in 2023.

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The former lawmaker commended the leadership and members of the Urhobo Progress Union, America (UPUA) led by Dr. Bernice Onome Dema for forging a united front and for making Urhobo Nation proud in America.

Chief Amori, a foremost patriot of Urhobo Nation, called for the continuous support by Urhobo people in America for the administration of His Excellency, Senator Ifeanyi Arthur Okowa, whom, he described as very Urhobo friendly.


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