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Presidential Poll: Obaseki Distances Himself From Electoral Violence In Edo



Presidential Poll: Obaseki Distances Himself From Electoral Violence In Edo

The Edo State Governor, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, does not vote in Idia College, where the presidential and national assembly elections voting process was disrupted earlier today by suspected hoodlums.

This is according to a statement issued by Special Adviser to the Governor on Media Projects, Crusoe Osagie, and made available to metrowatchxtra, on Saturday, in Benin City.

He described the report alleging that Obaseki was at Idia College where voting exercise was disrupted as “false and malicious”, noting that the governor does not vote there.

“The governor cast his vote in Emokpae Model Primary School, along Mission Road, and returned to his home afterwards. Idia College is along Iyaro, in Benin City, a totally different location,” Osagie said.

He maintained that the report alleging the contrary is malicious and, therefore, should be disregarded by the public.

“The governor is committed to peaceful, free and credible conduct of the polls in Edo State and does not condone violent conduct anywhere,” the statement added.

Edo gov loses Polling Unit to Labour Party, Obi

Meanwhile, Governor Obaseki on Saturday lost his polling unit to the Labour Party (LP) presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi, in the presidential and national assembly elections held across the country.

b]Obaseki, a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governor, failed to deliver the party’s flag-bearer, Atiku Abubakar, at his polling unit in Oredo local government area, Ward 4, Unit 19, Emokpae model primary school.

MetroWatch reports that while Obi’s Labour Party polled a total of 105 votes, Atiku’s PDP garnered 55 votes to emerge second, and APC’s Tinubu taking distant third with 27 votes.

had last year during the inauguration of the Edo PDP campaign council ruled out the LP and Peter Obi in the 2023 general elections.

The Governor had maintained that Obi’s supporters popularly known as “Obidients” will soon run out of steam, adding that they their efforts will be in vain.

Source:- Metrowatchextra







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