Nigeria 2015: Clark, Uduaghan, Gbagi, Urhobo, others insist on Jonathan

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Elder statesman and Ijaw Leader, Chief Edwin Kiagbodo Clark and political leaders of Delta State and the Urhobo ethnic nationality including Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan and Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi, yesterday endorsed President Goodluck Jonathan for the 2015 polls.

Speaking at a rally held at Sapele Athletics Club, Sapele, which was organized by Gbagi to unite the Urhobo nation and mobilise support for President Jonathan’s transformation agenda, the leaders said it was an insult to the South-South for some sections of the country to advise Jonathan not to seek re-election.

Chief Edwin Kiagbodo

Clark, who was represented by Chief Godwin Ogbetuo, said they were committed to President Jonathan in 2015.

Governor Uduaghan, who was represented by Delta State Commissioner for Housing, Chief Paulinus Akpeki, assured the President that Delta State, the Urhobo, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had resolved to work for total victory for him and the PDP in 2015.

On his part, Gbagi said it was sad that a section of the country, which believed that it had the birthright to rule Nigeria had a laid a siege on the president. It is an insult to the South-South zone to ask Jonathan not to run for second term,” he said.

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