Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu campaign venue where filled with thousands of people ahead of the edo state governorship polls.

Thousands of residents filled up the campaign venues of the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu.

The campaigns had a bright start on Monday in Esan land, Edo Central Senatorial District, with supporters of Ize-Iyamu showing solidarity.

Igueben, Ubiaja and Uromi, the administrative headquarters of Igueben, Esan Southeast, and Esan Northeast LGA was full.

The governorship candidate sold his SIMPLE agenda manifesto, highlighting plans to attract investments and development to Edo Central Senatorial District.

At Igueben, after receiving royal blessings at the palace of the Onojie of the Igueben Kingdom, HRH Ehizojie Eiluojerio I.

Ize-Iyamu shared copies of his SIMPLE agenda manifesto with them, noting his plans to partner traditional institutions to tackle insecurity,

And policy misalignment between the government and the people. He said he would promote beneficial cultural values and tradition.

Saying the Edo governor had overlooked the people of Esan land on numerous occasions and failed to develop the area.

The APC standard-bearer accused Obaseki of using the handover promise as a gimmick to obtain votes in areas he is not popular, having made a

similar promise to his deputy, Philip Shaibu, who hails from Edo North Senatorial District.

He assured the people of his readiness to protect and secure their farmlands, invest in tools that will aid productivity and market their produce to foreign buyers.

At Ubiaja, the governorship candidate promised the people of Esan Southeast Local Government

that he would continue the development programmes of former governor Adams Oshiomhole

in the areas of road construction, schools, health centres and others,

he said were abandoned by Obaseki over petty politics and disregard for people’s needs.

in Uromi, Ize-Iyamu inaugurated a borehole donated by a community leader in Ward 8, Efandion, Prof. Steve Iyayi.

Ize-Iyamu hailed him for his generosity and display of leadership.

Main-while he promised to tackle the recurrent challenge of erosion and lack of basic amenities, while spelling out his policies, plans and programmes, as documented in his manifesto.

Ize-Iyamu urged the people to obtain a copy of the manifesto and hold him accountable to the promises.

Accompanying the APC governorship candidate were his running mate, Gani Audu,

a former national chairman of the party, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole and other chieftains.


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