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Resignation Of Commissioners, Aides, Others: Ize-Iyamu Mocks Obaseki

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The candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the 2020 Edo State governorship elections, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, has mocked the Governor of the state and candidate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, over the several resignation of cabinet members and aides from his administration.

By Daniel Dafe

The candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the 2020 Edo State governorship elections, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, has mocked the Governor of the state and candidate of the Peoples’ Democratic Party, PDP, over the several resignation of cabinet members and aides from his administration.

In a tweet on Wednesday, Ize-Iyamu wondered how “the governor who could not persuade his closest aides and other officials who worked with him personally for four years to support his re-election, is going to persuade the people of Edo State he promised security, jobs, and healthcare but failed to provide any.”

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According to him, “There is no stronger evidence of failure than the fact that the Governor’s own aides and appointees, after four years of observing and working with him, are telling Edo people that he is not the right leader for the State.”

He continued: “Unfortunately, to save face, the outgoing Governor has resorted to brute force and intimidation to coerce people into remaining in his sinking ship. These actions are against the rule of law and represent a bad show of leadership.”

Speaking further, he said: “The L in the #POISIMPLEAGENDA stands for ‘Leadership By Example’. A responsible Governor, and the government he leads, must be able to inspire and set good examples by respecting the rights and freedom of others, embrace and demonstrate transparency and accountability, and/
/display high moral values that others can learn from.”

He added: “We stand with our people against a government bent on criminalizing free choice and together, we will win and usher in a new dawn on the 19th of September.”

The list of some of those that resigned include: John Mayaki – Chief Press Secretary; Kehinde Garrick Osemwingie – Secretary to Uhumwonde LGC; Taiwo Akerele – Chief of Staff; Paul Ohonbamu -Commissioner; Maureen Osaro Ekhoragbon – Vice Chairman, Ovia North-East; Omua Oni-Okpako -Commissioner; Fulani Yakubu Ekpeyoung -SSA; Hon. Adeyanju Noah – SSA and Madam Cordelia M. Iyogun – SSA.

Others are James Osheku – SSA; Louis Osamuyi Osayande – SSA; Ernest Unuaghon Imina – SSA; Goodluck A. Uyigue – SA; Hon. Razaq Rotimi – SA; Olajide Victor Oloruyomi – SA; Smart Bank – SA; Chris Oseiwe Oribhabor – SSA; Comr. Solomon Okoduwa – SSA; Kennedy Itepu – SSA; Sabbath Egbeyon – SSA; Osamwonyi Atu – EDSOGPADEC; Emmanuel Odigie – EDSOGPADEC; Aiwanu Oshiomhole – EDSOGPADEC; Okondoh Patrick Iyoha -State Director, Obaseki Solidarity Movement; Gabriel Oiboh – Chairman, Post Primary Education Board; Bright Njor – SA; Kingsley Ekueme – SA; Joshua Akhabue – SA; Oladele Ayotope Josiah – SA; Boyi Magdalene – SA; Osarobo Osaro Anthony – SA; Aibangbee Chico – SA; Obayagbona Augustine – SA; Otaniyen Igbinosa – Orhiomwon Supervisor; Martins Ozakpolor – Orhiomwon Supervisor and Vincent Ehibor -Orhiomwon Supervisor.

The list also has Christopher Adesotu -Chairman, Board for Vocational and Technical Education; Festus Ese Omoruyi SA, Board for Vocational and Technical Education; Aghedo Oscar – Secretary, Ovia North-East; Emike Obazee – SA; Monday Ogiegor – MD EDSTMA and Prince Lucky Igbinedion –SSA

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