Stop criticising past administrations, Uduaghan tells politicians
…Urges Them To Brace Up To Challenges Ahead Of 2019
Former Delta State Governor, Dr. Emmanuel Uduaghan has warned political appointees on frivolous criticisms on the works of the past administration in the state, saying that it negates the ideology of unity.
The former governor who made this known in Asaba yesterday at a meeting of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) lamented the frequent attacks on his administration by political appointees.
Noting that Okowa has done well on road infrastructure, Uduaghan flayed hate speeches by politicians, specifically Prof Pat. Utomi who he alleged failed to live up the expectations while he (Uduaghan) was in office to help develop the state.
“I personally met Utomi to help me develop the state when I was governor, rather he gave promises he failed to fulfill, today he is saying the state will continue to be borrowing, it is unfair” he added.
Uduaghan urged politicians to brace up to challenges ahead of the 2019 election, stressing that the Supreme Court victory for the PDP clearly shows victory for the party come 2019.
Okowa warned against parallel meetings by the party members, saying, “We welcome aggrieved members of the party back, even APC members willing to join, PDP will shock many Nigerians in 2019” he added.