Ijaw Group Tackles Omo-Agege On Questionable Attitude Toward Nigeria Maritime University Bill, Okerenkoko

By Binebai Princewill 

A group operating under the auspices of Ijaw Political Liberation Frontiers  (IPLF) in Delta State have tackled His Excellency, Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege, deputy Senate president, Federal Republic of Nigeria and Delta 2023 All Progressives Congress (APC) Governorship candidate over what they described as his questionable attitude towards the lingering Nigeria Maritime University (NMU),  Bill Okerenkoko. 

This was contained in a statement personally signed and made available to The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide by Comr. Akpo-ebi Shedrack Benemowei, president of the Ijaw Political Liberation Frontiers  (IPLF) earlier today in Warri. 

According to the group, they said they are aware that Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege, the Obarisi of Urhobo land is representing Delta Central as a senator, stressing that but as a deputy Senate president who is also from Delta State with his high office as the second in command in the Senate ought to have shown capacity by facilitating the quick passage of the bill like that of the Federal Politechnic, Orogun, Delta State that he influenced. 

Comr. Akpo-Ebi Shedrack Benemowei particularly tasked Sen. Omo-Agege to use his office as a true nationalist and not one that will be swimming under the ocean of tribal sentiment.

Speaking further, IPLF asserted that  for anyone to be a Governor of Delta State should not be seen as one making tribalistic statements or one promoting ethnic jingoism. 

The group stated that Omo–Agege should prove himself worthy by working towards the quick passage of the NMU bill before the 2023 general elections for the Ijaws to clear their doubt on him .

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