One of the main contenders for the Governor of the All Progressives (APC) Congress in Edo state, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, expressed his gratitude to the party selection committee for doing what he described as work. depth.
The PCA announced Friday the disqualification of Governor Godwin Obaseki from the June 22 primary election.
This happened after Obaseki had raised an alarm earlier, claiming that the APC president had planned to announce his disqualification during a press conference.
Pastor Ize-Iyamu’s reaction was contained in a statement signed by John Mayaki, director of communications and media for his campaign organization.
He said: “I sincerely thank all the members of our great party, the All Progressive Congress, for a joyful collaboration that has led to a continuous but complete evaluation exercise.
“The progress made today in completing this exercise reveals the true spirit and character of our party based on a bold insistence on justice, responsibility and transparency.
“For my part, after passing the screening tests, I want to declare my continued willingness to take the maximum will of the party, in compliance with its laws and principles as a definitive guide for the execution of our affairs and tasks.
“I urge all members of our party whose tireless commitment, loyalty and cooperation have led to the success we have experienced in recent times, to remain focused and committed to our general ambitions as part and following the same lines as our staff political dreams in the light of our progressive philosophy.
“As we prepare for the primary elections and the elections themselves, it is time to unite and close the ranks, remembering that the greatest goal is the progress of the Edo state, the progress of our great homeland and the improvement of life throughout its people. “