The governorship candidate of the Young Progressive Party (YPP) in Delta State, Sunny Ofehe, has said the All Progressive Congress (APC) and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) will both be disappointed in 2023 over their so call ‘structure’ that they so much depend on.
Naija News reports that Ofehe at the unveiling of his deputy governorship candidate, Elohor Edafe-Erede in Asaba, said “when people talk about structure, I wonder what they mean by structure. The so-called big party banking on structure, I tell you that come 2023, the structure they are banking on will fall them.
“Nigerians are wise now and it won’t be business as usual following the new Electoral Act. So these parties that think they have structure will be disappointed come 2023.
“YPP unveiled my running mate to the public, a young lady who has distinguished herself. I present my running mate Barr. Mrs Elohor Edafe-erede to you.
“It is time for us to take the leadership of our state and give to our state what our state duly deserves.”
“We are blessed as a state and blessed as a people. We have enormous human resources and enormous mineral resources, but today what we see is a complete failure in leadership. And if we get it right, we can take Delta State to international glory,” Ofehe said.
The YPP Delta governorship candidate, however, debunked rumours of being sponsored to dislodge a particular candidate.