Buhari will do more for Niger Delta in his second term - Uduaghan

Buhari will do more for Niger Delta in his second term - Uduaghan

- Former governor of Delta state, Emmanuel Uduaghan, has said that President Buhari would perform better in his second term in office

- Uduaghan said the president would do more for people of Niger Delta in his second coming

- The ex-governor also noted that Buhari's victory is a proof of how the people of the region love him

Emmanuel Uduaghan, the immediate past governor of Delta state and Delta south senatorial candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC) in the just concluded general election, has urged Niger Deltans to expect more dividends of democracy from President Muhammadu Buhari.

Vanguard reports that Uduaghan who made the disclosure through his aide, Prince Gabriel Udemude, commended Nigerians, especially the people of Niger Delta for voting massively for President Buhari, thereby returning him for second term in office as the president of Nigeria.

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Legit.ng gathered that he said as a hard-working president, Niger Delta people should expect more democratic dividends from him in the next four years of his administration.

He said: “As a hard-working President, Niger Delta people should expect more democratic dividends from him because an adage says, to whom much is given; much is expected.

“Therefore, the people should be calm as government put machinery in place to address the issues bothering the youths of the region.

''The victory of Mr. President is a proof of how the people of the region love him, and he will not let them down.”

Meanwhile, Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that Emmanuel Uduaghan, Delta south senatorial candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), sought the cancellation of the district’s senatorial elections held on Saturday, February 23, saying it was massively rigged.

In a petition to the state REC, by his lawyer, E. Otaru, he said there was massive election malpractices perpetrated through voter intimidation, where voters were compelled to vote against their conscience by thugs, who were openly brandishing various dangerous weapons.

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It was reported that Uduaghan provided videos of some persons being intimidated with woods by thugs allegedly at polling units 5, 6, 7, 8 in Ogbe Ijoh ward One, Warri south west LGA, parts of Bomadi, four wards in Warri south west and part of Warri north.

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