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Former Delta State Gov. James Onanefe Ibori Urge Nigerians To Take The Voters Registration Seriously

James Onanefe Ibori with Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa
Former Delta State Governor, James Onanefe Ibori, while speaking on Thursday urged Nigerians to take the ongoing Continuous Voter Registration seriously to enable them to exercise their voting right when is time to vote in their leaders.

Odikpokpo as he’s fondly called, who is also the publisher of The Independent Newspapers, made

these known at the annual thanksgiving ceremony held in Lagos.

He said that massive participation of the electorate in the exercise as well as voting their choice of leaders was the only way they could effect good leadership in the country.

“You should hold your leaders accountable by going to register, and vote in the right leaders”.
“You should know that your vote counts; times are changing, your voter card is your strength”.

While addressing members of staff, urged them to speak the truth at all times as well stressing the need to be hardworking.

“The business model for publishing a newspaper has changed; we need to change with it. You as journalists should be fearless because it is your duty to speak the truth to those in power,” he said.

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