- Ovie Omo-Agege is hopeful about the prospects of the APC in future elections
- The deputy Senate president stated that Nigerians have more to gain from the APC governance
- The PDP remains the main opposition party in Nigeria
The deputy Senate president, Ovie Omo-Agege, has expressed the confidence that most states in the south-south region will be won by the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2023 general elections.
Omo-Ageg made the statement at Illah in Oshimili North local government area of Delta state where he inspected the rehabilitation work on Asaba-Ugbolu-Illah road, The Sun reported.
The senator stated that the people of Delta are yearning for the APC governance in the state.
''We have hearkened to the cries of the electorate, what they are asking of us, we are doing for them.
It is not just about human capital development but doing things that will be impactful and we are doing that. If you go to my zone right now, I have done a lot.''
According to Vanguard, he pleaded with Nigerians to give the new security chiefs some time to come up with measures to address the challenges of insecurity in the country.
“The insecurity challenge in the country is a very big one but you should also note that this is not the one that is limited to Nigeria right now, it is everywhere but everyday in the floor of the Senate, we put our heads together to probe into motions and how we can address these issues.''
In another news, Senator Ali Ndume has called on the federal government to expose all the over 400 Bureau De Change operators recently arrested for allegedly funding the activities of the Boko Haram insurgency in the country.
Ndume, who is representing Borno South Senatorial District in the National Assembly on the platform of the All Progressives Congress (APC), said this on Sunday, April 25, The Punch reported.
He said Nigerians deserve to know what the government was doing concerning the suspects, Leadership newspaper also reported.