Burutu North: I Have Visited 18 Communities So Far, More To Follow — Alapala

 

By Binebai Princewill

Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for Burutu North come 2023, Delta State House of Assembly, Amb. Comr. Alapala Anthony Ebitonmo, alias Odumalagba have stated that he has visited 18 communities across different kingdoms in Burutu North to identify with his family members and friends. 

According to him, the visit is not yet a political campaign but a familiarisation visit, stressing that the love he received from his family members and friends in the various communities has been massive. 
Speaking with The Liberator Newspapers Worldwide recently in Warri, Amb. Alapala Anthony Ebitonmo noted that he will continue the visit to cover the remaining communities in the constituency. 

However, Odumalagba noted that when campaigns finally begins, he will together with his team revisit the communities for proper campaign, adding that he is availing himself to liberate the people of Burutu North politically.

Nevertheless, the Burutu North Delta State House of Assembly APC candidate stated that the visit to the various communities have further strengthened him for the Delta State House of Assembly race, stressing that seeing the suffering people and how the communities have been neglected over the years is baffling and has gotten to a boiling point. 

Moreover, Alapala stated that when the time for campaign begins, he has a lot of  stories to tell, adding that his philanthropic gestures across the Niger Delta region without any government position is there for people to verify and see.

He noted that if given the chance to represent his people in 2023, he will no doubt perform to the admiration of all in the constituency, stressing that power belongs to the Lord Almighty. 

Meanwhile, it would be recalled that Alapala had received blessings from each of the communities he had visited to contest, ranging from pastors, mostly elderly and what have you. 

Some of the communities visited include: Ofougbene community, Obotebe Community, Ayakoromo community, Enekorogha Community, Ogulagha community

Okibou-zion, Gbekebor community, Obotobo 1 community, Obotobo 2 community

Yokiri community, Sokeboulo community, Edegbene community, Okpokunu community, Oboro community, Kiagbodo community and Burutu community

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