2019 Poll: Politicians Adopt Low Key Campaign in Delta

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2019 Poll: Politicians Adopt Low Key Campaign in Delta

There seemed to be an uneasy calm in the political climate of Delta State considering the 2019 general elections are just a few days away and most political parties and candidates contesting for the five elective positions seemed to have adopted the making of posters and erecting of billboards across the state as a preferred strategy.

 However political stakeholders in the state say the decision to embark on low key campaigns in preparation for the fast approaching elections on the 16th of February and on March 2nd is a strategy to stun their opponents at the polls.

 In this special report correspondent Oghenero Eghweree examines the relatively dull electioneering campaigns in Delta State and interacted with key stakeholders about the phenomenon. 

 His report:


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