Chief Dele Omenogor, a Peoples Democratic Party’s (PDP) leader in the Ukwuani local government area of Delta state, has tendered his resignation from the party.
The PDP chieftain cited abysmal neglect of Amai Kingdom and the entire Ukwuani nation by the administration of Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, the vice presidential candidate of the party, for almost 8 years, The Tribune reported.
This was disclosed in a letter Omenogor submitted to the chairman of the PDP in Ward 6 Amai in the council area.
Omenogor alleged that the administration of Okowa was bereft of equity and fairness for abandoning the people of Amai while executing infrastructural projects in other communities in the Ukwuani local government.
He maintained that he had done his best for the PDP, exploring his human and financial resources for the growth of the party in Amai and the Ukwuani, but his community has not been enjoying the dividends of democracy.
“I joined PDP in 2001 because I wanted to use the platform to attract dividends of democracy to my people, but it’s unfortunate that 22 years after, there is little or nothing to show for it.”
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