Delta Central All Progressives Congress (APC) senatorial candidate Chief Ede Dafinone has tasked Deltans to vote out the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), which he claimed has run Delta State for over 20 years without visible and tangible development.

The chartered accountant and industrialist, charged Deltans when the Ede Dafinone Campaign Organisation consulted some prominent Urhobo leaders and stakeholders to seek their support and prayers for the success of his senatorial ambition.

Dafinone said when a team performs poorly like in the case of PDP in Delta State on alleged mismanagement of resource in the oil-rich state, it is natural to change such team, assuring that their votes will count following the new amended electoral act that has introduced the use of technology in the transmission of electoral result.

According to him: “I believe Delta State needs a new team because, in terms of development, Delta State is lagging behind. It is time, for Deltans to take over Delta State and vote out PDP for poor performance, you don’t promote a student who has consistently failed exams, let’s vote APC come 2023 so that we can attract visible and viable development.”

While calling on Deltans to vote for Sen. Ovie Omo-Agege as Governor, he added: “In the 2023 elections, every vote will count, so my appeal to those who have not gotten their permanent voter card PVC, to seize the opportunity of the two days left to go and get their voting power.

At the palace of the Orodje of Okpe Kingdom, HRM Maj. Gen. Felix Mujakperuo (retd), Orhue 1, who was celebrating his 16th year coronation anniversary, prayed for the APC senatorial candidate.

Dafinone, who also visited Bishop Philip Orovwudje of the Garden of Life Assembly, former Secretary General of Urhobo Progress Union and Former Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice Chief (Barr.) Victor Otomewo, Chief Austin Uloho and Olorogun Felix Edore Kupa to seek their support on his ambition.