Delta State Youth Leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Amb. Dr. Anthony Ebitonmo Alapala, Popularly known as Odumalagba has tasked youths in the state to make decisions that will better their lives come 2023 and beyond. The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide can report.
He continued that 2023 present a golden opportunity for the youths to make key decisions that will better their lives as the 2023 political dispensation draws nearer.
The newly inaugurated and widely celebrated APC Youth Leader of Delta State, Amb. Dr. Comr. Anthony Ebitonmo Alapala gave the charge yesterday at the Beke-Ebi Lakeside Hotel, Ebrumede, Effurun in Uvwie Local Government Area of Delta State while addressing some youth leaders in the state.
According to him, Alapala asserted that every good thing that comes to a person is due to the decision he or she takes, stressing that politically speaking, the Peoples Democratic Party has always dominated all the senatorial seats in the state, maintaining that with the likes of Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege who dared and took a decision to oppose the PDP is now enjoying his decision now by being the Deputy Senate President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Alapala continued that he was also a victim of being indecisive in the past while he was at the Peoples Democratic Party, stressing that the moment he took the decision of decamping to the All Progressive Congress (APC), he is now a youth leader of the party in the state.
Speaking further, the Burutu Local Government born politician cum businessman had assured the youths of Delta State, particularly the APC faithfuls that he will ensure that he negotiates a better deal for them.
Meanwhile, the United Nations Peace Ambassador had also stated that come 2023, there is going to be a paradigm shift in the Delta State politics, stressing that the APC is fully ready to take over the state.
Nevertheless, Alapala said the Hon. Omini Sobotie led APC in Delta State is working and fully ready to receive and embrace all those that are willing to decamp to the APC.