Muslims in Delta State have been called upon to support the Governorship Candidate of the All Progressives Congress APC Senator Ovie Omo-Agege to enable him deliver on his promises to them.
Federal Commissioner representing the South-South Zone on the Board of the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria NAHCON Alhaji Sadiq Musa made this known during a family day out with Moslems across Delta State.
Alhaji Sadiq Musa stated that Moslems would stand the chance to benefit more when they vote for a credible representative in the person of Senator Ovie Omo-Agege.
Alhaji Musa hinted that Muslims in Delta State occupies four to five local government areas noting that with their voting strength they are supposed to be given Commissioner and other appointments in the state.
Assuring them that Senator Ovie Omo-Agege whom he described as his Boss has the capacity to reward Muslims only if they close rank and vote for him in the forthcoming elections.
The federal Commissioner representing South-South Zone on the Board of National Hajj Commission of Nigeria told Nigerians particularly Moslems to secure their permanent voters card and shun selling their votes for peanuts but vote for only credible Candidates.
He noted that Senator Ovie Omo-Agege did exceedingly well as senator representing Delta Central Senatorial District and expressed optimism that he would replicate such dexterity when he becomes Governor of Delta State.
Some Moslems while reacting in an interview promised to spread the good work of Senator Ovie Omo-Agege to every nooks and crannies of the State.
They expressed their resolve to vote in Senator Ovie Omo-Agege as Governor of Delta State, and also vote for their Presidential Candidate Asiwaju Bola Tinubu and other credible personalities to transform the fortunes of Deltans and Nigerians at large.
Highpoint of the parley was special sensitization on the urgent need for parents to guard their wards against politicians who would want to recruit them as thugs for the February 25 Presidential and March 11 Governorship Elections.