Olomoro community in Isoko South Local Government Area of Delta State was Friday agog as the news broke out of the victory of the State Governor, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori at the Supreme Court.
In a statement congratulatory to the Governor, the Acting President-General of Olomoro Development Union (ODU), High Chief Godday Umah on behalf of the community said when the news of the triumph of the Governor filtered into the community the people particularly members of various political groups came out in their numbers to celebrate and dance round the community.
Umah noted that the spontaneous jubilation that erupted in the community following the apex court judgement attests to the high level of acceptance of the Oborevwori-led administration.
The Olomoro President-General added that with the legal battle over the mandate entrusted to Governor Oborevwori finally over he will now be able to focus on delivering his M.O.R.E agenda to Deltans.
“Olomoro Development Union and entire Olomoro community congratulate His Excellency, Rt Hon Sheriff Oborevwori on his victory at the Supreme Court.
“Olomoro expects more development now that you have won and settled down to govern the state with your more agenda,” said Umah.
He urged all parties involved in the case to accept the Supreme Court verdict and join hands with Governor Oborevwori to take Delta State to greater heights.
Umah further called on Deltans to give unflinching support to the Oborevwori government for unhindered implementation of his administration’s lofty programmes and projects.
Meanwhile, the member representing Isoko Constituency 2 in the Delta State House of Assembly, Hon Ferguson Onwo, who hails from Olomoro community and other political leaders of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the community have also sent their congratulations to Governor Oborevwori at the Supreme Court.
Onwo, a former Majority Leader of the Assembly and leaders restated their confidence in the ability of Governor Oborevwori to deliver on his electioneering promises.