The indigenes of Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State have vowed that the governorship candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Rt. Hon. Sheriff Oborevwori has their votes in the 2023 Gubernatorial election.
Oborevwori’s endorsement came as a result of a majority sample opinion taken at a medical outreach organized by a team of doctors, pharmacists, laboratory technologists, and other medical assistants under the name – Sheriff Free Medicare Project For All Deltans (SHEFMEPAD).
Beneficiaries of the 2-day medical outreach totaling over 500 in numbers while expressing their joy and satisfaction at Oborevwori’s involvement in the development of the state, pledged their support for his candidature and promised to see to it that he becomes the next Governor of Delta State.
The Chairman of SHEFMEPAD, Dr. Alexander Chidubem Awunor affirmed that it pays to align with the vision of a man who wants to give Deltans more in terms of adequate and affordable health services and other developmental programs.
According to him, it is important to tell the story behind the free medical program held at Ubulu-Uku General Hospital which the people are privileged to benefit from across the entire State.
He, however, appreciated the Director General of Delta State Capital Territory Development Agency, Hon. Joan Onyemaechi, the member representing Aniocha South Constituency in Delta State House of Assembly, Hon. Austin Chikezie, the Executive Chairman of Aniocha South Local Government, Hon. Pastor Chukwunwike Jude Ugba and the Supervisory Councillor on Environment, Hon. Chidi Ikediashi for their unalloyed support to SHEFMEPAD, thereby praying to God to replenish them in all ramifications.