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Oshiomhole regrets selling a bad product to Edo people in 2016

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Adams Oshiomhole, the past National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, has affirmed that he sold a bad product to Edo State people in 2016.

He said that he helped the governorship aspiration of the present governor of the state, Godwin Obaseki in 2016 to make sure the continuity of his initiatives and programmes.

Oshiomhole acknowledged while addressing APC  party members at the  Government Reservation Area, Benin, on Sunday.

He mentioned, “Obaseki is MoU (Memoranda of Understanding) governor, but Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu is a man of God, who will ensure good governance in Edo State from November 12 this year.

“I have made my honest mistakes. Only God is perfect. I am now 68 years old. I have come to apologise for the mistake of supporting Obaseki in 2016. I am in Edo State to repair my mistakes.

“Obaseki has abused the trust of Edo people. With our permanent voter cards, we shall punish Obaseki on September 19. Ize-Iyamu will not repeat the mistakes of Obaseki. Ize-Iyamu will take Edo State to the next level.”

Ize-Iyamu, earlier, alleged that Obaseki had not performed effectively in nearly four years as governor of Edo state and had missed priority.

Meanwhile, Ize-Iyamu has obtained the blessing of the Enigies within the Benin Kingdom.

The occasion occurred on Sunday when the APC governorship candidate and other leaders of the party, together with Oshiomhole, attended the Enigies on the palace of its President, Edomwonyi Iduozee Ogiegbean, the Enigie of Egbaen, to present the core policies and plans of his campaign manifesto, the SIMPLE agenda.

Enigies are heads of assorted towns and villages that make up the Benin Kingdom like Obozuwa, Evbobanose, Udo, Okpaihe, Ugo Isi, Obagie, Enyaen, Ugo-Niyekorhiomwon, Uruegbe and Urhonigbe, amongst others.

SOURCE: Scannews24.com
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