Governor Obaseki talks about the alleged breakup with Oshiomhole
Godwin Obaseki Governor of Edo State, said on Wednesday that there was no rift between him and his predecessor, Adams Oshiomhole, current National Chairman of All Progressive Congress, APC.
Obaseki made the clarification at Benin airport on his arrival in the state after a month-long vacation.
The Governor described it as a false report, reported a break with Oshiomhole for the ambition of his second term.
Obaseki said state officials should be committed to how the government could provide good governance and not small problems.
He said that people should wait for Edo “wake and see”, as it has been renewed again, to feel good and ready to continue to provide good governance to the people of the state.
Obaseki, who was accompanied by his wife, Betsy, arrived at Benin airport at 11:30 am.
NAN reports that combined 4th Brigade security officers, DSS and the police spent a frantic time checking the huge crowd crowded at the airport to greet the governor.
Deputy Governor Phillip Shaibu, the secretary of the state government, Osarodion Ogie, President of the House of Edo State Assembly, Kabiru Adjoto and chief of staff of the governor, Taiwo Akerele, and some leaders of the APC were among the officials who received the governor.