Obaseki will just be ordinary member in PDP



Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu after emerging winner in APC primary today went on air to precise his feeling over certain bordering issues.

The newly emerged APC flag bearer has some brotherly advice for Gov. Godwin Obaseki.

Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyanmu has been declared winner of the All Progressives Congress primary for the Edo State Governorship Election

Iyamu defeated all the opposite contenders within the like of Pius Odubu (a one-time deputy governor of the Edo State under the administration of former Governor Adams Oshiomhole).

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Also defeated is Osaro Obaeze (the youngest amongst all the aspirants), all among the others like Godwin Obaseki and three others who were disqualified during the party's screening exercise.

Immediately after his confirmation because the winner, Mr. Osagie Ize-Iyanmu granted an interview with reporters from different Media houses.

In his response to questions during this interview, Iyamu said the All Progressives Congress has the plan of bringing everyone back to the party.

Furthermore, he says that he wants to salute his elder brother, the incumbent governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki of Edo State albeit he was disqualified from the first election.

Mr. Osagie Ize-Iyanmu further stated that it's a fact of life that disagreement is inevitable in every family, but no loved one should leave the family due to any sort of disagreement.

He went further to mention that he knows that his elder brother, Godwin Obaseki defects to a different PDP out of annoyance, but he desires that Obaseki should come to the party.

According to Iyamu, it's much better for Obaseki to return back to APC, his home party.

Iyamu further stated that from the small experience he has in politics, it's not a really good decision to modify political alliance at an important time like this.

Iyamu claims that Governor Obaseki is been referred to as a pacesetter within the APC, but now that he has defected to a different party, he will just be a standard member within the new party.

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