Published On: Mon, Apr 15th, 2019

Our election victory, A Referendum on Good Governance – APC

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By Osaigbovo Iguobaro, Benin

The All Progressives Congress on Sunday described the landslide victory of the party in the State house of Assembly as a symbol of referendum spurred by the administration and the performance of governor Godwin Obaseki.
Edo State Publicity Secretary of APC, Mr. Chris Azebamwan said this in a statement on Sunday in Benin City after the State executive Committee meeting of the party held last week Thursday.
It said “in line with this mandate, the party would continue to sustain its avowed commitment to give the Government and administration of Mr. Godwin Obaseki the needed personal support to keep it focus and on track”.
According to him, “members of the party were unanimous in their conclusion that the house of Assembly election results equate to a referendum of the administration and the performance of Mr. Godwin Nogheghase Obaseki as Governor…”.
It said, members of the party has also found a reliable authority to trust “God for the unprecedented achievements of the 24 seats inn the 24-member capacity State house of Assembly elections which has now come to be know as 24/24”.
The statement congratulated President Muhammadu Buhari “for his well deserved victory at the polls” and the national chairman of APC, Adams Oshiomhole for the overall success of the party in the general elections.
The statement further said that “members at the meeting recalled the desirable and commendable role of the party leadership in guiding its members in the National Assembly in relation to their leadership.
The APC Scribe emphasized that the outcome of the elections has demonstrated that electorate in Edo State has found virtue in supporting the laudable programmes and policies of the government.

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