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Edo 2020: I am well grounded in the state says Ize-Iyamu

As Aspirant drags PDP to court to stop governorship primary

The candidate of the All Progressives Congress for the Edo State 2020 Governorship Election, Osagie Ize-Iyamu, says he does not need a godfather to win the election. on Politics Today, a programme on Channels TV.

Ize-Iyamu emerged winner of the APC primary election after defeating other aspirants.

During the live television programme monitored by our correspondent, the candidate was asked if he had the blessings of the suspended National Chairman of the APC, Adams Oshiomhole, and what was his relationship with him.

He said, “The only godfather I have is God. I am sure that is obvious to you. Adams Oshiomhole is the national chairman of the party and I have immense respect for him. And there are other leaders. Adams Oshiomhole was not in Edo today and yet I won the 18 local governments. We have mutual respect for each other and I will not disrespect him because anybody wants to insult him.

“All I want to let you know is that I am well grounded in Edo. People know me; I have lived there all my life and they believe in me. And they want somebody that understands their problems and is able to solve them. I am sincere, focused and I have a clear-cut agenda of what I want to do.

“That is why I am standing and I believe on the basis of that I will win the election overwhelmingly. I don’t need any godfather to win.” meanwhile A PDP aspirant in the forthcoming Edo PDP governorship primary, Hon Ogbeide-Ihama Omoregie, on Monday dragged the party to a Port Harcourt High Court seeking the Edo governorship primary slated for the 25th of June to be put on hold.Report reaching us from the Rivers state capital, informed that the House of Reps member is having the backing of a South South governor who is said to be fighting for the interest of the former chairman of the Edo PDP, Chief Dan Orbih.

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