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Delta 2023: Gov Okowa didn’t endorse anybody – Gbagi

Former Minister of Education (State) and Delta State governorship aspirant, Olorogun Kenneth Gbagi has said Sen (Dr.) Arthur Ifeanyi Okowa has not endorsed any candidate for any political office in the state.

He said this during a lecture he delivered at the Press Week organized by Nigeria Union of Journalists, NUJ Warri Correspondents’ Chapel in Effurun, Uvwie Local Government Area of the state.

Gbagi, who reacted over media reports that the governor endorsed the likes of Hon. Michael Michael Diden, a.k.a Ejele and Askia Ogeh said, “Governor Okowa did not endorse anybody. I can tell you that.”

He noted that both Ejele and Askia were only on political consultations for their ambitions and not that the governor endorsed them.

He however disclosed that he is the only aspirant to have bought his governorship nomination form.

Gbagi, who blamed rumour mongers for the decay in the country, urged newsmen to do their jobs professionally without bias.

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