Don’t allow lions, tigers to torment Edo people again – Okowa charges Obaseki

Governor Ifeanyi Okowa of Delta State has charged his counterpart in Edo State, Governor Godwin Obaseki to be magnanimous and sleek in victory.

Okowa gave the cost when Gov. Obaseki led a workforce on a “Thank You” go to to Okowa in Asaba.

In an announcement issued on Wednesday by the media unit of the Delta Authorities Home, Okowa congratulated Obaseki for the victory recorded within the election and urged him ‘to not enable the lions and the tigers to torment the folks once more’.

Okowa expressed appreciation to God for the victory, saying that he was impressed to help Obaseki due to his humility and the truth that he was being oppressed.

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“I need to congratulate you as soon as once more, and I really feel very excited that you simply received the election.

“I consider God did this in your life as a result of you’ve gotten confirmed to be a really humble man and individuals who boast an excessive amount of don’t often finish properly.

“I urge you to point out a number of magnanimity and style, however don’t enable the lions and the tigers to torment the folks once more.

“Might God provide the enabling grace to fulfil all of your marketing campaign guarantees.

“Your individuals are anticipating quite a bit from you due to their large help, and I pray that God assists you with extra funds to offer for the wants of the folks.

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“I thank all our celebration members and the Edo folks for his or her resilience in making certain your re-election.

“Now that we’re all in the identical political celebration, it makes it simpler for us to narrate with ourselves on this area,” he stated.

DAILY POST stories that the Impartial Nationwide Electoral Fee, INEC, had on September 20 declared Obaseki winner of the Saturday’s governorship election in Edo State.

Obaseki who’s the PDP’s governorship candidate, defeated his closest rival, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu of the All Progressives Congress (APC) with a complete of 307,955.

Ize-Iyamu, nonetheless, polled a complete of 223,619.

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