Vote out failed leaders who have nothing to offer—Bayelsa lawmaker charges constituents

…congratulates Ebikake, Agadaga on election victories

Brass—The member representing Brass Constituency I in the Bayelsa State House of Assembly, Dr. Daniel Charles has urged constituents to continue to disapprove of failed political leaders by voting them out of office.

He said the people should not entrust their mandate to candidates who belong to a “retrogressive group” because they have nothing to offer them.

In a statement signed by his Media Assistant, Munafa Richard Clever, on Saturday, the lawmaker who is seeking re-election in office under the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) urged the constituents to vote massively for the PDP in the forthcoming State Assembly elections to continue to enjoy the dividends of democracy as well as good representation in the state assembly.

“Let us continue this divine movement of dislodging leaders who have failed woefully to develop our communities.

“They have nothing good to offer our men, women, and youths as well as the future generations, so we must not give any candidate in their retrogressive group a chance to represent us,” the lawmaker admonished.

He continued, “I am happy that the will of the masses is becoming sacrosanct in our growing democracy which will in turn prompt all political leaders including myself to perform well, knowing that the people will always vote based on our performances.”

The lawmaker while also congratulating the Bayelsa East Senator-elect, Chief Benson Agadaga, and the Brass-Nembe House of Representatives-elect, Hon (Mrs) Marie Ebikake on their electoral victories said their election was a true reflection of the people’s choices.

He added that their victories signal the dawn of a new hope for every citizen in Bayelsa East.

Charles expressed confidence that the federal lawmakers-elect will not only demonstrate purposeful representation of Bayelsa East in the National Assembly but will also reposition, rebuild and unite the people for peace and development.

The lawmaker further thanked Governor Douye Diri for “ably steering the ship of Bayelsa PDP to this rather unprecedented victory we have achieved so far.”

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