Edo’s real revolution begins Sept. 28 – Obaseki

It was gathered that the All Progressives Congress, APC, governorship candidate in Edo state, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, yesterday said the state will witness real change which began in the last eight years of Governor Oshiomhole’s administration come September 28, 2016, the date fixed for Edo governorship election.

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The APC governorship candidate disclosed this at an interactive session with 2,000 support groups yesterday in Benin City,the Edo state capital.

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He promised to initiate a platform for the entire people of the state to meet and lay their complaints directly to government on issues affecting them as well as providing imminent solutions when elected governor .

Obaseki described Governor Adams Oshiomhole’s achievements in the last eight years as an ideal example adding that his government will not only create employment but revamp all the crippled sectors of the state.

“Let me tell you that for me September 28 is the beginning of our real revolution we started eight years ago when Oshiomhole came against all odds. When Oshiomhole came, there was a revolution but we are bringing real revolution in consolidation of that revolution which was made by Oshiomhole.

“We didn’t know that we had hope, they fought us, went to court and after 18 months we collected the mandate. See what we have done with that mandates in eight years, is it not miracuforlous?

“What is our crime and problems today: Our crime is that we took the money that they used to share and used it to work for our people. Someone asked me what is the problem in Edo, with the way Oshiomhole has worked in Edo they are not suppose to be campaigning rather the people are suppose to campaign for them. Our problem is that those devils are still with us and we must bury them finally this September.

“So for me, we have campaigned enough, Wednesday 28th September is the decision day and they know it that after that day, they will be history in this state.

“When I come in as governor, we would continue because we know the roads that we have done, we know the roads that is left that we have to build, we have done it over eight years, it is not something we will start to learn. So for me the only way we can have progress is to continue what we have been doing”, Obaseki said.

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