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Edo State Governor Obaseki Resigns from APC



Edo State seating governor, Godwin Obaseki has resigned from the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

Obaseki is said to have resigned after APC’s screening committee for the Edo State governorship election, declared him unfit to contest the election. Obaseki was disqualified on the grounds that his academic and National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) certificates were “defective”.

Announcing the news of his resignation on Twitter, Obaseki wrote:

I have officially resigned my membership of the All Progressives Congress (@OfficialAPCNg) after meeting with the CoS to @MBuhari.

We shall continue the battle to protect the interest of Edo people and sustain good governance in the state.

However, Obaseki has not announced his next move.

1 Comment

  1. Gannet Ogunshakin

    June 27, 2020 at 11:56 pm

    Grinch Bola Hamed got away with that in Lagos State Now the short man devil Adams Oshiomole is trying to do the same thing in Edo State. What a shambolic democracy we have going on inNIGERIA” APC AS A POLITICAL PARTY NEEDS TO LEARN IT’s own lessons just like others before them. The only state they will learn their. Lesson is in my very own Onod State. You heard me right

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