EDO: Why Newly Sworn In Edo Governor, Obaseki Will Be Governor For a Short Period
Ize-Iyamu spoke in Benin at the opening of the office of the Edo Mandate Recovery Centre.
His made the comment as Godwin Obaseki of the All Progressives Congress (APC) was being sworn in as the governor of Edo state.
“Edo people should also have faith, and on no condition should they resort to violence. It is going to be a long road and in the course of this journey, a man who did not win will be temporarily sworn in; but we must not leave the State. The will of God will be done at the end of the day”.
Daniel Ogbegie of the Edo Mandate Recovery Group explained why the platform was established.
“As part of recovering this mandate, it is pertinent to also monitor the Government that is being inaugurated today at the Ogbemudia stadium; not to give them legitimacy and hold them to account to the people throughout the short period they will superintend over the affairs of the State.
“This we shall do on behalf of the people and the government that shall be installed in accordance with their will at the end of the constitutional process of mandate recovery that has already been embarked upon by the PDP at the Governorship Election Petition Tribunal.
“I assure Edo people that we have a good case at the tribunal and with your prayers and every support, we shall pursue, overcome and recover all”.