“Yawa go dey if I lose!” || Ogboru, Delta gov’norship candidate threatens

by Iyobosa Omoregie

Great Ogboru, the governorship candidate of the Labour Party in Delta State, says there will be trouble if the February 28 election doesn’t go his way.

While addressing the Delta Central mega rally at Ughelli on Thursday, January 29, Ogboru recalled that in the past, the people of the state have had to contend with situations whereby elections are rigged against their will.

He said: “But we know that God’s time is the best. This is the time set by God,” after which he burst into a local song, “If Ogboru no win, yawa go dey, if Ogboru no win, yawa go dey,” which translates to – “There would be trouble if Ogboru doesn’t win.”

While promising to raise the standard of governance in the state, he claimed that Delta had been turned into a Jankara state, where government could no longer provide the basic necessities to the residents.

The Labour Party candidate said: “We shall start by restoring your dignity and you will no longer be the thrashing floor. You will be able to look at them eyeball to eyeball. All Deltans will become winners and will enjoy good schools, good hospitals, better pay. Our roads will be safe again. Our streets and homes will be safe again; criminality of any shape will not be tolerated.”

Ogboru added that kidnapping and armed robbery became rampant in the state because those in government kidnapped and robbed the ‎people of their votes. He said: “That is why kidnappers are everywhere, kidnapping people because the governor kidnapped their votes.”

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