Again, Delta leaders caution Biukeme, urge support for government

Delta leaders have expressed unhappiness over the continuous attack of Governor Emmanuel Uduaghan, terming the actions of Chief Afro Biukeme as “childish”.
They also described Biukeme as a vacuous personality who revels in needless controversy.
“This is another calculated attempt to cause mischief and incite the good citizens of the state against the governor” Director of Communications of the People’s Movement, Mrs. Ibifuro Tatua said in a statement issued in Lagos.
Insisting that Biukeme is a man of a steady political decline, the leaders said the 2011 MPPP governorship candidate made a number of statements based on half- truths and outright lies”
They also accused Biukeme and his co-travellers of working against the progress of the state.
“Biukeme’s actions and pronouncements were all informed and influenced by selfishness, inordinate ambition and greed”
Reiterating that Biukeme was not only advocating violence but planting the tree of chaos and disharmony in Delta State, the leaders praised Governor Uduaghan for focusing on infrastructural development, security and human capacity building as well as meeting the expectations of the people.
“The impressive track record of the governor is there for us to see” they said

The leaders, who asked Biukeme, other blackmailers, opportunists and faceless agents, to go to hell, advised Deltans at home and abroad to beware of detractors and enemies of peace and progress in the state.
They urged members of the opposition to embrace politics of facts and reality, noting that this has dealt a serious blow on the development opportunities of the state.
“The culture of people seeking to reap where they have not sown should be discouraged and stopped. Biukeme and others should imbibe the culture of hard work and integrity. They should encourage the governor to continue his good works” the statement said.

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