By Stephanie Ikanone Odiete
Delta State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chief (Barr) Kingsley Esiso has enjoined party faithfuls to support leaders that are progressive, rather than focusing on ethnicity and tribalism when choosing a leader to support.
Olorogun Kingsley Esiso who spoke on Sunday December 12, 2021 during an empowerment programme that was organized by Mr Frank Nujimen aka Skypop tagged: “Give back to the electorate” said that many individuals for their selfish purpose often tend to mislead party faithfuls in the name of ethnicity and tribalism.
The State PDP chair added that rather than focusing on competency in choosing leaders and representatives, some individuals have rather focus on tribe to choose their representatives, even when such persons are not qualify to lead.
He urged electorates to always endeavor to vote for competent hand that has the interest and well being of the people at heart, rather than using tribe as a criteria for choosing their representatives.
He noted that often times such act do not bring development to the town.
Mr Frank Nujimen, aka, Skypop while addressing members of the fourth estate of the realm, said that he has no ambition to contest for any position, maintaining that his empowerment programmes are only borne out of humanity and his love to assist the needy in society. In continuation, he said that he will continue to do the little he can to assist the needy in society.
The beneficiaries which was drawn from the eleven wards of the Sapele local government area consist of the ward Chairman, women leader and three widows, making a total number of five persons from each word across the LGA.
Others who benefited are APC decampees from the last grand rally organized by the Peoples Democratic Party,PDP, Central and members of Skypop Widows forum amounting to 2,700,000 that was distributed amongst beneficiaries.
One of the beneficiaries who could not bottle her joy, gave her name as mama Ekene, while appreciating Mr Frank Nujimen for the empowerment. In her words: “I thank you so much my son for remembering us your mothers, I pray that God will remember you today and add more blessings to your life”, she added.
Those who graced the empowerment programme includes Chief Eugene Inoaghan, Chief Julius Eyetan Egbedi, Mr Richard Randy Okotie, Mr Bright Abeke, Hon Isaac Okobabala, Chief Benson Okorodudu, Hon Richard Ogirisen, Hon Peter Eferurie Adjemiyotan, Hon Stanley Kogoro, Hon Nasiru Ado, Hon Caroline Okpako, Mr Martins Emarkpor, Hon Stanley Eta Eshanomi and a host of other dignatries.