Yenagoa—The legal adviser of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), South-South Zone, Barr. Alabh George Turnah (MON) has thanked stakeholders of Ogbia PDP Ward 9 comprising of Kolo 1, Kolo 2, Kolo 3 and Amorukeni communities for their unflinching support during the just concluded February 25th Presidential and National Assembly elections.
Turnah who is also the Executive Assistant to the Bayelsa State Governor on Public Affairs and Social Orientation, made this known during a meeting with stakeholders and executives of Ogbia PDP Ward 9, held at the 4+4 Prosperity Movement Secretariat in Yenagoa.
In his remarks, Turnah expressed appreciation to his constituents for “giving bloc votes to the PDP presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, the PDP candidate for Bayelsa East Senatorial District, Chief Benson Agadaga and the PDP candidate for Ogbia Federal House of Representatives, Chief Mitema Obordo.”
Turnah thanked all party agents who according to him worked with a high level of commitment even without any form of monetary incentive.
He charged them to ensure that the ward replicates same feat at the March 11, State House of Assembly Elections, adding that with unity, the ward can do better.
Turnah also used the opportunity to reiterate his call for unwavering support for the Diri-led administration, adding that no administration has shown the level of involvement in government which the present administration has given to the people of Ogbia Constituency 3.
The PDP chieftain warned against all forms of anti-party activities, stating that the party leadership will not hesitate to wield the big stick against any member caught working against the interest of the PDP and its candidates.
He appealed to members of the party to always give peace a chance and put the interest of the party first.
The stakeholders in their separate remarks commended Turnah for his all-inclusive leadership.
They commended him for setting up a reconciliation committee and subsequently donating N500,000.00 for the committee to carry out its duties.