Uduaghan: Utomi Have Not Contributed Anything Development Of Delta State


Uduaghan and Utomi

LAGOS JULY 23RD (NESRANGERS)-Former Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, has lambasted renowned political economist, Prof. Pat Utomi that saying that despite his national and international connections he had not contributed anything to the development of Delta state.
He advised him to stop spreading falsehood against past leaders of the state in his quest to contest the 2019 governorship election on the platform of the All Progressives Congress.
Uduaghan, who berated Utomi at the Peoples Democratic Party’s stakeholders’ meeting in Asaba, urged the former presidential candidate to contest the councillorship seat in his ward before taking a shot at the next governorship poll.
It would be recalled that Utomi had during his visit to members of the APC in Agbarha-Otor in Ughelli North, Delta State last week, accused previous governments in the state, including that of Uduaghan, of mortgaging the future of the state through excessive borrowing and funds diverted to build personal properties abroad.
Stressing that Utomi has nothing to offer the people of the state, the former governor pointed out that during his administration, he appointed Utomi as chairman and member of several committees but that the latter failed to use such opportunities to contribute or attract development to the state.
“You should ask Prof, where is the Silicon Valley? He took us to his hometown at Ibusa for the foundation-laying ceremony of the Silicon Valley; to date, there is nothing to show that the project has commenced.
“He has contested the presidential election; he now wants to be a governor. I think he should start from his ward; he should contest the post of councillor,” Uduaghan said.

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