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‘Obaseki will lose for poor efficiency’

By Treasured Igbonwelundu

Imo State Commissioner for Particular Tasks Simon Ebegbulem has mentioned Governor Godwin Obaseki will lose the September 19 election for failing to fulfil his 2016 marketing campaign guarantees.

Ebegbulem, a member of the Media Committee, All Progressives Congress (APC) Governorship Marketing campaign and former aide to Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, hoped that the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Osagie Ize-Iyamu, will defeat Obaseki by a landslide.

He mentioned it was Oshiomhole who taught Obaseki the right way to gown earlier than get together supporters and the right way to heat as much as the folks, a privilege he would not get pleasure from.

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“The comrade governor took Obaseki around the state, campaigned for him, taught him the right way to gown earlier than get together supporters and even the right way to communicate. However on this marketing campaign, he may have no one to show him anymore in addition to the political neophytes following him, because of the sources he controls.

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“I pity Obaseki as a result of the individuals are going to pay him again for the deceit. The lies he advised them about creating 200,000 jobs. He promised Gelegele Sea Port and there’s not even a block on the place, but tens of millions of {dollars} belonging to the state has been fritted away. The one buildings seen right this moment in Edo State are these constructed by our chief and former governor, Comrade Oshiomhole.

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“With the calibre of candidate APC is parading within the particular person of Pastor Ize-Iyamu, Edo folks will stone Obaseki for deceiving them in 4 years.”

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