By: Jimmy Lace, Warri

DELTA State Governorship candidate of Mega Progressive People Party (MPPP) in the April 2011 general polls, Chief Afro Biukeme has tasked Independent National Electroal Commission (INEC) on credible 2011 polls, just as he has promised Deltans sustainable and affordable housing delivery.

Speaking to newsmen in Warri, the Governorship candidate implored INEC to ensure a free and fair April polls and elections riggers caught should be sent to jail.

Chief Biukeme, while saying that he has laudable programmes for Deltans said for his dreams to be realized, INEC should conduct credible polls devoid of rigging.

The MPPP Governorship candidate said; “It should not be a do-or-die affair, but I am very sure of victory at the polls. I want INEC to ensure that the election is not rigged, MPPP will not be party to rigging. I have the capacity and capability to rule Delta State and take the state to the next level. I am the youngest among all the candidates and so I will inject a new blood into the system. I am coming on a rescue mission and so Deltans should be rest assured that their sufferings are over.”

The Governorship candidate who promised to provide Deltans with sustainable and affordable houses stated that; “I have a solid structure to win the Delta State Governorship election, I have done a lot of ground works.”

Chief Biukeme also promised to embark on massive construction of roads and bridges in all parts of the state, fix up the hospitals, steady power supply, fix up the public schools and create job opportunities for all unemployed Deltans and called on the people to vote for him in the April 26, 2011 Governorship election.

He also advised the youths to shun violence during the polls.