apologizes to Edo says “I was wrong for supporting Obaseki, the MOU Governor’
By Samuel Ogunsona
Former Edo State Governor Adams Oshiomhole has strongly apologised to the people of Edo State urging them to forgive him for supporting Godwin Obaseki, the current Governor of Edo State.
Oshiomhole said on Sunday, “I made my mistakes by supporting a man who has no vision for my people and judged a pastor who genuinely loves his people.”
Oshiomhole said “I am sorry. I apologise to Edo people and promise to correct my mistakes by making sure the servant of God Pastor Ize-Iyamu Is elected as Governor and kick the snake out of the Government House.”
He said further that from now till September 19th he will be in Edo State.
He described himself as a political lion saying he is scared of nothing.
He said “The man (Ize-Iyamu)that is coming is not a stranger, he campaigned for me in 2012 and I won all 18 Local Government in Edo State, so he knows the roots unlike the current Governor who just became Governor a doesn’t know the efforts people made to make him Governor. We would kick out this MOU Governor and replace him with a pastor and sweep out the coronavirus party by the special Grace of God”