By Binebai Princewill
Councillorship candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC), Comr. Doutimiareye Negerese, popularly known as Esemowene 1 of Niger Delta in the Delta State Independent Electoral Commission (DSIEC) ward 18, Burutu Local Government Area of Delta State has stated that he is sure of victory come March 6th 2021. The Liberator Newspapers can report.
The APC Councillorship candidate made the statement in Burutu community while addressing some youths drawn from Burutu, Forcados and others in the ward who had paid him a visit yesterday.
While expressing confidence on his victory come March 6th 2021, Comr. Doutimiareye Negerese had tasked the Delta State Independent Electoral Commission (DSIEC) on a free, fair and credible process.
The Esemowene 1 of Niger Delta had also warned the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) not to manipulate the process, stressing that the election should be based on popularity, adding that the APC will not accept any move to manipulate the process.
He particularly addressed political leaders in the area not to tamper with the process, adding that they should allow the will of the people prevail as imposition and unpopular candidate is likely not to feel the pains of the people.
Negerese while addressing his supporters had promised to deliver the dividends of democracy to the people of ward 18 at the grass root level if elected, adding that he is aware of their multifaceted challenges.
Esemowene 1 of Niger Delta while describing himself as a grassroot man had tasked the people of ward 18 not to vote for someone that they would regret tomorrow, stressing that the time to change the narratives is now through him, asserting that his people have suffered for too long.
On his grass root leadership profile, Comr. Doutimiareye Negerese stated that he was a one time Public Relations Officer (PRO) of Burutu Community Youth Forum, a former financial secretary of Forcados community, Forcados community Public Relations Officer (PRO) before occupying the position of Forcados community chairman for years before handing over, a position he used in tackling the challenges of the community.