"I believe that the residents of the city are not just tired of the Vilkuls who have grabbed everything in Kryvyi Rih under their control - from public transport, consumer and food markets, educational institutions to mining and processing plants. The public protest is obvious - this feudal clan must sink into oblivion," he wrote on his Facebook page, Censor.NET informs.
At the same time, Korban stressed that the victory as well as the re-election date would not have been possible without the support of patriots from UKROP, who were active both in Kryvyi Rih and inside the Verkhovna Rada.
"I'd like to thank deputies from Samopomich Yehor Soboliev and Semen Semenchenko for exceptional courage and dedication. As well as deputies from UKROP Andrii Denysenko, Valentyn Didych, Oleksandr Dubinin, Vitalii Kuprii, Volodia Parasiuk. Special thanks go to the main Kryvyi Rih UKROP member Mykola Kolisnyk," Korban wrote.
"Now I call on all democratic forces - Batkivshchyna, Radical Party, Poroshenko Bloc, Samopomich, UKROP - to unite and put forward a single candidate. In order to once and for all turn the page and make Kryvyi Rih a thriving, eco-friendly city," he concluded.