A frontline politician in Delta State and one of the prominent gubernatorial aspirants in the 2014 Delta PDP governorship primaries, Ogbuefi (Mrs.) Ndidi Ujomor Abanum has thrown her weight behind the re-election of President Goodluck Jonathan and equally lauded the impressive development strides of the Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan administration in the State.
Ogbuefi Ujomor Abanum noted that since President Jonathan assumed office about five years ago, Nigeria has witnessed tremendous growth and development in every sector of the economy, even as she added that the transformation agenda of the President has impacted positively on the lives of Nigerians through rapid development across the country.
The former governorship aspirant, who gave reasons why President Goodluck Jonathan should be re-elected to include the rejuvenation of the railway system, extensive road construction across Nigeria as well as embarking on other infrastructural development projects, amongst others, called on Nigerians to properly examine those who wish to govern them before casting their votes, noting that President Jonathan has set an impressive track record and Nigeria will be better off with him in 2015.
In the same vein, the Ukwuani born politician also hailed Governor Uduaghan of Delta State for his administration’s impressive development strides, especially in the areas of Peace and Security, Infrastructure like the Asaba International Airport as well as roads and bridges, Education, Child and Maternal Health, Transportation and indeed the laudable vision of the Delta Beyond Oil initiative, amongst others, all of which have manifested in the numerous media awards bestowed on Governor Uduaghan over the years.
She equally commended Governor Uduaghan for providing a peaceful, conducive and rancour free environment for the conduct of all the political primaries in the state and urged the Nigerian electorate to cast their votes wisely by voting for President Goodluck Jonathan in the rescheduled Presidential elections now slated for March 28, 2015, for the overall interest of all Nigerians.