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Avoid 2015 mistake by Nigerians, vote Ize-Iyamu – Fayose advises Edo voters

Governor Ayodele Fayose of Ekiti State has urged the people of Edo State to give their votes to the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu on Saturday, saying “Edo people should not make the same mistake Nigerians made last year by enthroning the All Progressives Congress (APC) government of President Muhammadu Buhari.”


The governor, who also called on the people of Edo State to be extra vigilant before, during and after the election, said; “the people should not just vote and go to sleep, they must make sure that their votes count and victory is ensured for Pastor Ize-Iyamu who is unarguably the best among the contenders.”

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According to a statement issued on Tuesday by his Special Assistant on Public Communications and New Media, Lere Olayinka, Governor Fayose said “party sentiment apart, Pastor Ize-Iyamu has campaigned through the nooks and crannies of Edo State to sell his visions and missions to the people of the State and anyone who saw the Channels Television debate on Sunday will agree with me that Pastor Ize-Iyamu is better equipped for the governance of Edo State.”

The governor declared that; “If you believe in me and you are a voter in Edo State, give your vote to Pastor Ize-Iyamu, the man who has demonstrated the required capacity to lead Edo State to prosperity.”

He said; “Opportunity to choose comes once in four years and the people of Edo State must grab this opportunity to change the fortune of the State for the better.

“Edo people should also be assured that Nigerians are now looking for a more meaningful change that is better than the APC’s one chance change and Pastor Ize-Iyamu represents that meaningful change in Edo State.”

While calling on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the security agencies to maintain neutrality before, during and after the election, the governor described the Edo State election as a litmus test for the APC led federal government, urging all government agencies involved in the election to put the interest of democracy first.

He said INEC must not repeat its story of inconclusiveness on the Edo State election, adding that for the first time in the history of this APC led federal government; election must be free, fair and conclusive.

Governor Fayose said Edo people should be vigilant on the election day and make sure that votes are counted and recorded in relevant forms at the polling units, adding that; “the people should know that elections are not concluded until results are announced officially.”

5 Comments on Avoid 2015 mistake by Nigerians, vote Ize-Iyamu – Fayose advises Edo voters

  1. oga you and ur goons are still the reigning mistakes we and will eva make.


  2. DP can never b an option in Edo state. I urge the arewa community in Edo to back obaseki not bcoz I lv him


  3. Yes oooo! Remember, once bitten twice shy. Don’t vote another liability and problem like the one in Aso rock causing sorrow and hunger for Nigerians.


  4. Oga Fayose, you know what you have achieved in Ekiti is incomparable to what Igbinedion Lucky did in Edo State while Ize Iyamu was the Chief of Staff to the Goverment then in Edo State. I do not think Ize Iyamu will be different from his Master Lucky Igbinedion in governance… see Tinubu and Fashola in Lagos, Fashola performed because Tinubu set the standard for Fashola. The same cannot be said about Lucky Igbinedion and Ize Iyamu.
    Methinks Comrade Governor showed Ize Iyamu the exit door in government because he does not fit into his style of progressive governance.
    I would have loved PDP to win because it will tell Politicians that the era of taking people for a ride is gone in Nigerian politics, unfortunately the PDP presented the wrong man for election into OsadAbey House in Benin.


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