Commissioner Braboke Congratulates Dickson, Urges Bayelsa West Electorates To Vote Seriake 

By Binebai Princewill 

YENAGOA —– Bayelsa State Commissioner for Trade, Industry and Business Development, Hon. Stanley Braboke has urged the people of Bayelsa West Senatorial  District to vote massively for Hon. Henry Seriake Dickson, former Governor of the state for his senatorial ambition. 

Hon. Braboke who hails from Ekeremor Local Government Area in Bayelsa West Senatorial District, a district Hon. Seriake Dickson is vying to represent in the House of Senate had congratulated the former Governor on his sweeping victory at the just concluded Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) primary in Bayelsa State. 

The commissioner made the call over the weekend in Yenagoa while playing host to some youths from his constituency at his residence in Yenagoa, stressing that the former Governor remains the best choice to represent the people in the Senate. 

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It would be recalled that Hon. Dickson Seriake was unopposed as a sole candidate of the party for the Bayelsa West Senatorial race. 

He said Dickson represents progress, hence all good spirited Bayelsa West Senatorial District sons and daughters must work to ensure that he represents them in  the Senate for a robust and effective representation.

Speaking further, the Bayelsa State Commissioner for Trade, Industry and Business Development maintained that he has no iota of doubt that with Dickson in the House of Senate, he will use his connections and wealth of experience to work with relevant authorities together with Governor Diri to attract more development to the state. 

It would be recalled that Hon. Stanley Braboke was a former commissioner for Trade, Industry and Business Development, Bayelsa State  in the immediate past administration under Dickson.

He also called on the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) faithfuls across Bayelsa State to work hard by voting massively for all candidates of the party, stressing that PDP must maintain its continued dominance in the state come October 31. 

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