Mr. Orbih told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Benin on Monday that the number of abandoned projects in various parts of the state was worrisome.
“On assumption of office, Oshiomhole gave the people, especially the youths, so much hope on job creation,” he said.
The chairman, therefore, called on the government to make good its election promises by providing jobs for the people as well as ensuring that all projects embarked upon were completed
He noted that the present administration embarked on various projects at the same time without considering how they would be funded and completed. He also said the Constitution was not the problem of the country, but its operators, adding however that some sections should be reviewed.
He said there was need for upward review of the minimum qualification for contesting election into governorship position.
On the party’s preparation for 2015, the chairman said campaigns were on but without rallies.
“Political activities geared towards 2015 had begun in earnest,” he said.
On the delayed election into the Esan North East Local Government Council, Mr. Orbih said the party would win the election irrespective of how many times it was conducted.
“Two attempts had been made by EDSIEC to conduct elections, and on both occasions, the state electoral body refused to announce the result.
“As at today, EDSIEC is yet to say when the election would be conducted,” he said.
Mr. Orbih blamed the high rate of crime in the state on the failure of the administration to fulfill its promises to the people.