Edo 2024: Ogie more interested in Building Obaseki’s Lasting Legacies – Aide

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By Reporter 

An aide of the Secretary to Edo State Government, Osarodion Ogie Esq has distanced the SSG from a an endorsement by a group – Edo Patriotic Peoples Assembly (EPPA), that was published in one of the national newspapers, yesterday May 2, 2023.

According to the aide, who do not want his name mentioned, because he has no approval to speak on the matter, Ogie is “more interested now to support the incumbent Governor of the state, Mr. Godwin Obaseki”, who he said has several works in progress to complete the ‘Make Edo Great Again (MEGA)’ plan.

“The group is not wrong in their conclusion that the SSG is qualified to manage the state, given his political experience and human relation, but he has told us time without number that, his primary preoccupation now, is the success of the present administration.”

According to the story monitored by Midwest Herald, the group said they had pledged their support for a credible successor in the person of the Secretary to the Edo State Government (SSG), Osarodion Ogie to take over from Governor, Godwin Obaseki come 2024 as his tenure winds down.

“The choice of Edo Secretary to the State Government, Osarodion Ogie, will not only ensure continuity but consolidate Godwin Obaseki sterling performances.

“In the light of the above good governance pedigree, we at an enlarged stakeholders meeting of our Assembly resolved to call on Bar. Osarodion Ogie to give the Governorship a shot.

“The good governance strides of the State must be sustained, and such can only be guaranteed by someone who has tenaciously networked with the past and present administration.

“We call on him (Ogie) to make dispassionate consideration of this clarion call, in the best interest of Edo people, who overwhelmingly look forward to his grassroots appeal, and the astute capacity to provide leadership that can sustain the legacies of the outgoing administration.” The group stated.

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