Edo election: Obaseki dares APC chief, Tinubu

Edo Governor, Godwin Obaseki, has condemned Tuesday’s broadcast by the All Progressives Congress (APC) nationwide chief, Bola Tinubu.

Tinubu mentioned he fought for democracy and that Obaseki shouldn’t be reelected.

The governor and candidate of the Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) will slug it out with APC’s Osagie Ize-Iyamu on Saturday.

Obaseki, by way of his spokesman, Crusoe Osagie, advised Tinubu that he can not lengthen his political empire to Edo.

He vowed that the individuals will finish godfatherism within the state.

“It has develop into apparent that the spirited struggle which Edo individuals have put up in opposition to godfatherism has despatched tremors past the shores of Edo to the likes of Tinubu, who has for years sustained a stranglehold on Lagos and different states in South-Western Nigeria, therefore this determined, last-ditch effort to rescue the unproductive political instrument, now popularly known as godfatherism, with which he has feathered his nest and constructed his political empire on the expense of the individuals”, Osagie mentioned in an announcement.

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“Tinubu is aware of clearly that come September 19, when godfatherism would have been dismantled in Edo State, the individuals of Lagos could have discovered the recipe and system for eradicating the chokehold positioned on their collective destinies for many years by Tinubu, therefore the inciting tv broadcast.

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“We name on all Edo individuals, buddies of Nigeria and all lovers of democracy to ignore all of the feedback by Tinubu, because the allegations in regards to the Edo State Home of Meeting and different claims within the broadcast are utterly false.”

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