Sunday, September 27, 2020

2023: Bold Movement Debuts In Delta. As Niger-Delta Activist Says He Is The Initiator. UN Peace Ambassador Says Movement Is An Advocacy Group For Delta Ijaw Governorship Agenda.

.....As Niger- Delta Activist, Chief Comrade Sherrif Mulade, says he is the initiator.

......Says Movement is an Advocacy Group For Delta Ijaw Governorship Agenda.

By Victor Bieni

ASABA-DELTA STATE CAPITAL-A renowned Niger- Delta Activist, and United Nations Peace Ambassador, Chief Comrade Sheriff Mulade has said that he will address the zoning arrangement questions raised by the Urhobos ethnic Nationality of Delta State on 2023 Delta Guber election towards the maintenance of equity, Justice and fairness in the state as he floats a political pressure group called: "Bold Movement".

The World Distinguished Activist, Comrade Sheriff Mulade told Newsmen in Asaba, Delta State capital today being on Monday 28th day of September, 2020, that he is the brain behind the Bold Movement as the initiative is the Authentic Pilot of Ijaws of Delta South, a Wake Up Call to occupy the Government House, Asaba in 2023.

In his words: "Bold Movement is a wake-up initiative for Ijaw leaders to be awake and prepare early for a sumptuous political occasion comes 2023 governorship. Bold Movement will be an occasion that will culminate into a constitutional transition of power for hope to be restored to all Deltans".

"Ijaws are ready, many are dressing up as prominent sons and daughters of Ijaw nation gears up for the occasion. As a bridge builder, by God's grace, i have all it takes to discuss issues raised by Urhobos who demanded justice and equity, bothering on the zoning arrangement in Delta state since 1999, which is unwritten".

The UN Peace Ambassador stated further that with him on the stage, the interest of all ethnic groups will be accommodated and the call for equity and fairness will be answered. He said: "Hope comes as an appeal to Urhobos’ Isoko, Itsekiri and the Delta North ethnic to support an Ijaw candidate for 2023 governorship".

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