Edo Election: Oshiomhole Vows To Oust Gov Obaseki


The former governor of Edo state, and suspended national Chairman of the All Progressive Congress,Adams Oshiomhole, has vowed to do anything within his power to ensure that Godwin Obaseki  is removed from office in the forthcoming governorship election in the State.

Oshiomhole gave this statement when he spoke to a crowd of APC supporters who received him on his arrival from Abuja at the weekend.

Oshiomhole said he has only come home for a project , he noted that he isn’t going back to Abuja until his work is completed.

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I have come home for only one project. I am not going back to Abuja until the project is completed. I came back home not to rest, but to work,” Oshiomhole said.

“The governor was demolishing the houses of our members while some were being jailed for trump up charges; these are the people who fought for him to become governor.

“I begged those who were being persecuted to take it easy, that they shouldn’t burn the house we all laboured to build because we want to smoke out the snake. Now, the snake has been smoked out of the house.

“A few weeks earlier, the snake said APC was his house and that he was not leaving. Less than 72 hours after saying this, he left.

“If we had burnt the house because the snake was giving us a problem, we would all have been homeless by now,” he added


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