Gov uduaghan
Gov uduaghan

With led than two weeks to the general elections, the Governor of Delta State, Dr Emmanuel Uduaghan has  has cautioned candidates of political parties  to be decorous and avoid action that could lead to break down of law and order in the country.
Governor Uduaghan, in a breakfast meeting with journalists in Warri, observed that there were ominous signs that were capable of causing violence during the elections, but stated that no position was worth dying for.
“There is no election where there is no tension, because, election is about struggling for power but we should caution ourselves about what to say or do in the interest of our nation.
“There has been a lot of fears about election violence. Why should people be desperate? There is no position that is so important that we should resort to loss of lives,” he said.
According to him, “four or eight years is so short, we should be patient and peaceful, we should know the extent we go to sometimes to seek for power,” reiterating, “it is unfortunate that this campaigns are having regional or religious coloration.” he said.