Uche Secondus, National Chairman, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that the All Progressives Congress (APC) led Federal Government has no evidence of its developmental impact on the country within the last three years to show Nigerians.
Secondus who stated this on Saturday at the inauguration of the 8.4 kilometres reconstructed Ughelli-Afiesere-Ofuoma road project in Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta.
He urged APC Governors to emulate their PDP counterparts, who were busy developing their states through grassroots-oriented projects.
According to him, the APC had not only failed to fulfill its campaign promises to Nigerians but had succeeded in inflicting untold hardship on the people because they took over power at the centre through deceit.
The party chairman, while commending the developmental stride of the PDP state governments, urged the APC state governors to emulate them.
He said Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta had impacted positively on the people through his people-oriented projects and urged the people to give him the maximum support.
“Gov Okowa has proven to be among the best governors in the country through the execution of developmental projects with direct positive impact on the lives of the people.
“The only way to develop the Niger Delta region is through the construction of roads as demonstrated by the governor.
“So, I will implore the people of Delta to intensify their support for Gov Okowa for more development projects,” he stressed.
In his remarks, Gov Okowa said that the state government was linking up the entire state with the construction of roads, which would have a multiplier effect on the economy and also promote ethnic integration among groups in the state.
He said that the government had a well mapped out policies and programmes, particularly in the health and education sectors, assuring the people that his administration was committed to meeting their needs.
In his address of welcome, the Chairman of Ughelli North Local Government Area, Mr Godwin Adode thanked Gov. Okowa for the project, saying it would help to boost the economy of the area.