Edo APC crisis: I’ll not join issues with Oshiomhole – Obaseki

    Barely one month after Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State and his successor, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole announced ceasefire, it appears that all is still not well between the godfather and his political son.

    The indication emerged weekend, when Oshiomhole, in his recent interview, said that he only nominated one commissioner in Obaseki’s Government, whom he said had been sacked by the Governor.

    The National Chairman of the APC also said that it was disturbing to him that Obaseki has abandoned some of his ongoing projects.

    Obaseki has, however, vowed that he would not join issues with his successor.

    Rather, he urged actors within his government not to utter a word over comments​ credited to Oshiomhole.

    He said he has chosen to pursue the path of peace and reconciliation in dealing with the rift between him and his successor, in the interest of APC and the State.

    The Governor made this known Monday evening, in a statement jointly signed by the State Commissioner for Information and Communication, Paul Ohunbamu, and his Special Adviser on Media Strategy, Crusoe Osagie.

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