Obaeeki vs Ize-Iyamu: Oshiomhole told to pack up, leave Edo State, Tinubu mocked
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Olusegun Bamgbose, Esq., National Coordinator, Concerned Advocates for Good Governance, CAGG, has advised the immediate past National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Adams Oshiomhole to start getting prepared to relocate from Edo State.

Bamgbose said that the developments so far in Edo governorship elections is satisfying, commending the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, for a job well done.

The NNPP chieftain at the same time, congratulated Edo voters for, according to him, heeding the clarion call, to stop the duo of Oshiomhole and National Leader of the APC, Bola Tinubu from taking over the State.

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“They certainly deserve a part on the back, for rejecting APC. This is no doubt a welcome development,” he said in a chat with ND REPORTERS on Sunday.

“I earlier predicted that APC will crash out and that is what is unfolding. This satisfying development, has clearly shown that there is hope for democracy in Nigeria.

“It’s no longer business as usual. It’s the dawn of a new era. Oshiomhole may be the hardest hit today after declaring the winner.

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“He heavily invested in the election, but unfortunately he failed woefully. His political dynasty is gradually coming to an end. It’s advisable for him to start getting prepared to relocate from Edo State.

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“Edo State has really inflicted him, with a wound that may not heal for a long time. Tinubu, on the other hand will eat his humble pie today.

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“Nigerians are now wiser. This governorship election will surely spark off political revolution in our electoral process.

“We equally appreciate the tactical intervention of United States of America. The visa ban saga has contributed in restraining the riggers from carrying out their activities in full swing.”

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