Monday , November 21 2022


Fejiro Oliver

All may not be well for the current moving train of Godsdey Orubebe if one of his staunch supporters in his media crew decides to make good her threat should what brought her into supporting the former Minister of Niger Delta takes a walk.

In a chat with correspondent, Augusta Akusu-Ossai stated that “my question today is whether I think Orubebe Will bring the impact that made me to jeopardize my personal comfort to join this political train in bringing relief to the poor and down trodden and my answer is still YES! I actually appreciate journalists like you who seek to bring truth to the people. …..not those who throw dirt that is unsubstantiated. Of course I believe in government that is accountable, honest and transparent and rest assured that if I remain on Orubebe team I will ensure that transparency is the watch word”
The US based attorney and former House of Representatives aspirant in Delta State under the Labor Party got quizzed by our reporter on what will happen should the things she claimed to stand for takes a walk out of Orubebe campaign and governance if he eventually sails through to the Dennis Osadebey House, to which she replied that she will quit Orubebe and his team as she cannot compromise her principle.
Orubebe who is currently gunning for the Delta State governorship post by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is not eligible to contest, as his Senatorial District, Delta South is already gearing up to complete her tenure under the leadership of Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan.

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