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Tinubu Vows to re-activate Delta Gas Revolution industrial park, others if elected

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By Anne Azuka

All Progressives Congress (APC), Presidential Candidate in the forthcoming general elections, Bola Ahmed Tinubu has pledged to re-activate Delta gas revolution industrial park and the ailing seaports in Delta state if elected as President come 2023.

Equally, Tinubu said would help develop the infrastructure of Delta state as well as the deep sea port project and revisit the Omadino-Escravos road project.

“We will rehabilitate Warri, Koko, Sapele and Burutu ports, creating yet more jobs in the state”, he stated.

The APC Presidential candidate made the pledge on Saturday during the APC Presidential campaign and flag-off of the governorship campaign of Senator Ovie Omo-Agege held at
Oil-rich Warri Township Stadium.

Tinubu accused the PDP for failing to develop Delta State in spite of the huge resources accruing to the state, stressing that the state is not an ATM for migratory politicians.

“It is a place where good and hardworking people reside and work to create decent and peaceful lives for themselves and their families,” he said.

Tinubu said APC would deliver its promises to Nigerians if the party wins next year’s elections as he redoubled his accusation that the PDP failed the country.

He also promised to clean up the Niger Delta region ,alleging that PDP abandoned infrastructural development in Delta state. ” The infrastructure in the state was better 30 years ago than it is now”.

Also speaking, the former National Chairman of APC, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole solicited for votes for Tinubu, Omo-Agege and all APC candidates in Delta State come 2023 General Elections

Climax of the ceremony was the presentation of flags to Tinubu and Ovie Omo-Agege as Presidential and Delta State governorship APC candidates.

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