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RASHIDAT YAHAYA BELLO; A Quitessential Woman Of Distinct Valour As Kogi First Lady

RASHIDAT YAHAYA BELLO; A Quitessential Woman Of Distinct Valour As Kogi First Lady

By Yusuf Abubakar

Rashidat Yahaya Bello
Rashidat Yahaya Bello
There is always a saying that later metamorphosed to an adage in Nigerian and African parlance,that 'Behind every successful man,there is a woman' for Rashidat Yahaya Bello,Kogi First lady,the story is beyond the origin of the widely accepted norm.

From her roles as Kogi First Lady,that predates from her days both in the public service and private citizen of the state,hence it was a round peg in a round hole,on her new role as number one woman in Kogi, soon after the governor was sworn in January 2016,but that's not where am going.

The immediate roles that ushered in the Govenor to win the second term election, trascends beyond the remote and official roles in the last four years as kogi state First Lady.

The events and programs engaged by the number 1 woman in Kogi before,during the electioneering,was not only mobilising women across the state for political participation and awareness,but to see the need for continuity of governance under APC, rather than starting all over,capable of retarding the progress of the state.

Mrs Bello stood through thick and thin,criss cross the nooks and crannies of the state to detonate the general negative notion about the adminstration of the governor,campaign vigorously for both women and men to see the need to re-elect the present admnstration of Alhaji Yahaya Bello of APC .

The high level Mobilisation of women and support garnered across the state,was a conviction of the earlier notion that Kogi First Lady, drives and sustain the fortune of her dear husband,Governor Yahaya Bello .

Her approach, mien,humility and candour towards the disposition of the people of the state, particularly women had been moderate and lacked ethnic and tribal coloration ,as those that directly worked under her purview and extension of his office,testified severally to her credit.this is unlike the previous occupants of the highly revered office .

This is far from her performance in office as Kogi First Lady, that focused on the vulnerable,less priviledged,charity,humanitarian and social services to the women in the society at large, outside the purview of the state and the country in general .

Kogi mother was able to deliver it's campaign promises and that of her husband new direction agenda by fulfilling all the programs and policies of the administration of Alhaji Yahaya Bello's APC.

No wonder the outcome of the weekend election reflected her dogedness,zeal, desire and efforts to deliver the APC led goverment under Yahaya Bello,that saw his emergence as a re-elected governor of the state, with a landslide victory.

Her Excellency,Kogi First Lady has come,see,and conquer on the people's mandate,as the victory of the APC,the state government under the current administration of Alhaji Yahaya Bello success story, will not be written/complete without mention of her efforts and contributions.

As we match towards the second term in office of her husband,the state governor and that of her office,we are confident that her efforts will be redoubled towards the much talked about,house hold name Pet Project and other interventions, focused towards the emancipation of the poverty ridden society,provision of more empowerement outlets and charity, meant to eradicate social stratification in the state and our society at large.
By Yusuf Abubakar

Rashidat Yahaya Bello
Rashidat Yahaya Bello
There is always a saying that later metamorphosed to an adage in Nigerian and African parlance,that 'Behind every successful man,there is a woman' for Rashidat Yahaya Bello,Kogi First lady,the story is beyond the origin of the widely accepted norm.

From her roles as Kogi First Lady,that predates from her days both in the public service and private citizen of the state,hence it was a round peg in a round hole,on her new role as number one woman in Kogi, soon after the governor was sworn in January 2016,but that's not where am going.

The immediate roles that ushered in the Govenor to win the second term election, trascends beyond the remote and official roles in the last four years as kogi state First Lady.

The events and programs engaged by the number 1 woman in Kogi before,during the electioneering,was not only mobilising women across the state for political participation and awareness,but to see the need for continuity of governance under APC, rather than starting all over,capable of retarding the progress of the state.

Mrs Bello stood through thick and thin,criss cross the nooks and crannies of the state to detonate the general negative notion about the adminstration of the governor,campaign vigorously for both women and men to see the need to re-elect the present admnstration of Alhaji Yahaya Bello of APC .

The high level Mobilisation of women and support garnered across the state,was a conviction of the earlier notion that Kogi First Lady, drives and sustain the fortune of her dear husband,Governor Yahaya Bello .

Her approach, mien,humility and candour towards the disposition of the people of the state, particularly women had been moderate and lacked ethnic and tribal coloration ,as those that directly worked under her purview and extension of his office,testified severally to her credit.this is unlike the previous occupants of the highly revered office .

This is far from her performance in office as Kogi First Lady, that focused on the vulnerable,less priviledged,charity,humanitarian and social services to the women in the society at large, outside the purview of the state and the country in general .

Kogi mother was able to deliver it's campaign promises and that of her husband new direction agenda by fulfilling all the programs and policies of the administration of Alhaji Yahaya Bello's APC.

No wonder the outcome of the weekend election reflected her dogedness,zeal, desire and efforts to deliver the APC led goverment under Yahaya Bello,that saw his emergence as a re-elected governor of the state, with a landslide victory.

Her Excellency,Kogi First Lady has come,see,and conquer on the people's mandate,as the victory of the APC,the state government under the current administration of Alhaji Yahaya Bello success story, will not be written/complete without mention of her efforts and contributions.

As we match towards the second term in office of her husband,the state governor and that of her office,we are confident that her efforts will be redoubled towards the much talked about,house hold name Pet Project and other interventions, focused towards the emancipation of the poverty ridden society,provision of more empowerement outlets and charity, meant to eradicate social stratification in the state and our society at large.

Bayelsa: Pro-democracy group lauds Nigerian Army over professional conduct of troops

Bayelsa: Pro-democracy group lauds Nigerian Army over professional conduct of troops

By News Proof


The National Democratic Front (NDF) has hailed the Nigerian Army for its professional conduct during last Saturday's governorship election in Bayelsa State.

The gallant troops, alongside other security agencies, were on ground in the usually hostile oil-rich state,  ensuring that armed militia don't stop Nigerians from performing their constitutional obligation.

Unlike in time past where unprecedented violence and bloodletting was the day's order, the exercise in Bayelsa was relatively peaceful and calm.

In a press conference on Monday, the  NDF was full of praise for the Army for its “invaluable role in the peaceful conduct of polls in the country.”

The group, in a statement signed by Secretary General, Dr Abdulkadir Bolaji, believes it is a “ testament of the commitment of the Army in protecting the country’s nascent democracy and upholding the sanctity of the constitution”.

The pro-democracy group is particularly impressed with Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai for “the institutional reforms introduced in the Nigerian Army that has seen to the renewed vigour and commitment of officers and soldiers in protecting the territorial integrity of Nigeria.”

Read full statement below:

The National Democratic Front commends the Nigerian Army and other security agencies for their invaluable role in the peaceful conduct of the gubernatorial elections, and it wishes to state that. However, for this intervention, the polls would have witnessed unprecedented violence and bloodletting.

This is indeed commendable because our country’s democracy was preserved, and the will of the people prevailed in electing leaders of their choices during the elections.

The National Democratic Front particularly commends the Nigerian Army for its invaluable role during and after the polls in Bayelsa state, which gave rise to the relative peace and tranquillity that pervaded the state that is known for high militant activities.

This is indeed a testament to the commitment of the Nigerian Army in protecting the country’s nascent democracy and upholding the sanctity of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The Nigerian Army, by every standard, lived up to the expectation of Nigerians and the international community by seeing to the peaceful conduct of the polls.

The National Democratic Front believes that despite the myriads of security challenges that were witnessed during the gubernatorial elections in Kogi state, the intervention of the Nigerian Army indeed saved the day in Kogi state; else, the level of destruction and loss of lives would have been disastrous. 

This is also on the heels that there was some noticeable connivance by some security agencies in abetting the anomalies that were witnessed during the elections. However, it is on record that the Nigerian Army stood tall and was able to minimize the level of casualties during the elections in Kogi State.

The National Democratic Front wishes to specially commend the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai for the institutional reforms introduced in the Nigerian Army that has seen to the renewed vigour and commitment of officers and soldiers in protecting the territorial integrity of Nigeria, as well as preserving the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria at all times. The Chief of Army Staff also deserves special praise for ensuring that soldiers are not used to disrupt elections anymore, but rather, on the ground to preserve the integrity of the electoral process as with the case in Bayelsa and Kogi states.

The National Democratic Front notes with enthusiasm that with the way and manner the Nigerian Army has been restructured by the present leadership led by Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai, Nigerians should expect that gone are the days where officers and soldiers would be used by politicians to subvert the will of the people.

The National Democratic Front commends the Nigerian Army and other security agencies that worked round the clock to ensure that the electoral process in Bayelsa state was peaceful, and the voters were able to exercise their electoral franchise without fear, and also for its timely intervention in the Kogi state polls to save the day by minimising incidences of violence, bloodletting and other acts of electoral brigandage.

This is indeed commendable and an indication that our nascent democracy shall thrive with the commitment exhibited by our security agencies in recent times. The National Democratic Front also notes that all of these would not have been possible without the inputs of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, who indeed promised Nigerians that the country’s nascent democracy shall thrive under his watch.

The fact that we are experiencing peaceful electoral transition in the country indicates that Nigeria is indeed on the path to greatness, and the efforts of the various security agencies cannot be overemphasized.

This much the National Democratic Front identifies and encourages the various security agencies not to relent in their efforts so far in the best interest of the generality of Nigerians and our nascent democracy.

The National Democratic Front wishes to use this medium to state that with the level of professionalism in the Nigerian Army and other security agencies, Nigerians do not have any reason to entertain any form of fear towards the preservation of our democracy.

The National Democratic Front also wishes to encourage Nigerians to continue to extend their support to the security agencies in the country in their quest towards protecting the territorial integrity of the country, as well as the preservation of our democracy.
By News Proof


The National Democratic Front (NDF) has hailed the Nigerian Army for its professional conduct during last Saturday's governorship election in Bayelsa State.

The gallant troops, alongside other security agencies, were on ground in the usually hostile oil-rich state,  ensuring that armed militia don't stop Nigerians from performing their constitutional obligation.

Unlike in time past where unprecedented violence and bloodletting was the day's order, the exercise in Bayelsa was relatively peaceful and calm.

In a press conference on Monday, the  NDF was full of praise for the Army for its “invaluable role in the peaceful conduct of polls in the country.”

The group, in a statement signed by Secretary General, Dr Abdulkadir Bolaji, believes it is a “ testament of the commitment of the Army in protecting the country’s nascent democracy and upholding the sanctity of the constitution”.

The pro-democracy group is particularly impressed with Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai for “the institutional reforms introduced in the Nigerian Army that has seen to the renewed vigour and commitment of officers and soldiers in protecting the territorial integrity of Nigeria.”

Read full statement below:

The National Democratic Front commends the Nigerian Army and other security agencies for their invaluable role in the peaceful conduct of the gubernatorial elections, and it wishes to state that. However, for this intervention, the polls would have witnessed unprecedented violence and bloodletting.

This is indeed commendable because our country’s democracy was preserved, and the will of the people prevailed in electing leaders of their choices during the elections.

The National Democratic Front particularly commends the Nigerian Army for its invaluable role during and after the polls in Bayelsa state, which gave rise to the relative peace and tranquillity that pervaded the state that is known for high militant activities.

This is indeed a testament to the commitment of the Nigerian Army in protecting the country’s nascent democracy and upholding the sanctity of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

The Nigerian Army, by every standard, lived up to the expectation of Nigerians and the international community by seeing to the peaceful conduct of the polls.

The National Democratic Front believes that despite the myriads of security challenges that were witnessed during the gubernatorial elections in Kogi state, the intervention of the Nigerian Army indeed saved the day in Kogi state; else, the level of destruction and loss of lives would have been disastrous. 

This is also on the heels that there was some noticeable connivance by some security agencies in abetting the anomalies that were witnessed during the elections. However, it is on record that the Nigerian Army stood tall and was able to minimize the level of casualties during the elections in Kogi State.

The National Democratic Front wishes to specially commend the Chief of Army Staff, Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai for the institutional reforms introduced in the Nigerian Army that has seen to the renewed vigour and commitment of officers and soldiers in protecting the territorial integrity of Nigeria, as well as preserving the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria at all times. The Chief of Army Staff also deserves special praise for ensuring that soldiers are not used to disrupt elections anymore, but rather, on the ground to preserve the integrity of the electoral process as with the case in Bayelsa and Kogi states.

The National Democratic Front notes with enthusiasm that with the way and manner the Nigerian Army has been restructured by the present leadership led by Lt. Gen. Tukur Buratai, Nigerians should expect that gone are the days where officers and soldiers would be used by politicians to subvert the will of the people.

The National Democratic Front commends the Nigerian Army and other security agencies that worked round the clock to ensure that the electoral process in Bayelsa state was peaceful, and the voters were able to exercise their electoral franchise without fear, and also for its timely intervention in the Kogi state polls to save the day by minimising incidences of violence, bloodletting and other acts of electoral brigandage.

This is indeed commendable and an indication that our nascent democracy shall thrive with the commitment exhibited by our security agencies in recent times. The National Democratic Front also notes that all of these would not have been possible without the inputs of the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, who indeed promised Nigerians that the country’s nascent democracy shall thrive under his watch.

The fact that we are experiencing peaceful electoral transition in the country indicates that Nigeria is indeed on the path to greatness, and the efforts of the various security agencies cannot be overemphasized.

This much the National Democratic Front identifies and encourages the various security agencies not to relent in their efforts so far in the best interest of the generality of Nigerians and our nascent democracy.

The National Democratic Front wishes to use this medium to state that with the level of professionalism in the Nigerian Army and other security agencies, Nigerians do not have any reason to entertain any form of fear towards the preservation of our democracy.

The National Democratic Front also wishes to encourage Nigerians to continue to extend their support to the security agencies in the country in their quest towards protecting the territorial integrity of the country, as well as the preservation of our democracy.

EDO 2020: Why I Actually Want To Dump the PDP For APC - Pastor Ize-Iyamu Opens up At Last

EDO 2020: Why I Actually Want To Dump the PDP For APC - Pastor Ize-Iyamu Opens up At Last

By News Proof

Pastor Ize-Iyamu  Osagie
Pastor Ize-Iyamu
Osagie 
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in the 2016 Edo State election, Pastor Ize-Iyamu Osagie has confirmed he is set to defect to the All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of the 2020 governorship election in  the state.

speaking on the alleged defection, Ize-Iyamu said his planned move was at the instance of his loyalists.

Ize-Iyamu who had been at a loggerheads with the PDP in the state, said he succumbed to pressure from his supporters because of the disarray within the rank of the PDP.

He said that having done his best to reconcile the warring parties within the PDP without success, he decided to call it quit and was fully set to join the APC.

Ize-Iyamu said as a founding member of the Action Congress (AC) which metamorphosed to the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) and later the APC following the merger of several parties, he was merely returning home and not defecting.

He said, “It is true that I am leaving the PDP for the APC. I am not defecting but merely returning home. I am quitting the PDP because of the too many problems bedeviling the party which I have tried in my own way to resolve without success. It is not a rumour, I am going back home to APC,” he said.

Meanwhile, barely eight months to the 2020 governorship election in Edo State, the search for possible “replacement” of Governor Godwin Obaseki of the All Progressives Congress (APC), is glaring due to the bickering between him and the National Chairman of the party, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole.

Oshiomole and Obaseki, have been in supremacy battle over the latter’s second term bid following the squabble between the duo.

The governor, it was gathered, was accused of not “patronizing” party leaders, especially Oshiomhole’s foot soldiers after helping him to win the 2016 governorship election.

After being sworn-in, Obaseki allegedly introduced a new order and banned politicians and party leaders from the government house and declared that the state resources is not meant for sharing but for the development of the state.

This was shortly after that the governor sacked local governments revenue collectors employed by Oshiomhole and returned the collection to the local governments.

According to Daily Trust, Oshiomhole felt betrayed by his political godson and asked his loyalists to shop for a possible replacement for Obaseki who he defiled all odds to “install” as governor.

Interestingly, the unabated crisis culminated in the formation of the Edo Peoples Movement (EPM), by a section of the APC believed to be Oshiomhole’s loyalists.

An insider source told our source that shortly after that, the EPM was said to have been given the mandate to shop for a replacement of Governor Obaseki.
Immediately, some names came up. They include Chris Ogiewonyi, Maj-Gen. Charles Airhiavbere (rtd) Pius Odubu and Captain Hosa Okunbo among others.

The source said Okunbo was approached to become a candidate based on his financial muscle and in the believe that he can sponsor the election if Obaseki eventually lost the ticket.

The source also said that Captain Okunbo declined the offer but requested that Pastor Ize-Iyamu Osagie, the gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2016 governorship election be drafted into the APC and possibly given the ticket before rendering any help.

Following the development, Oshiomhole was said to have met Ize-Iyamu in one of his flights from Benin to Abuja when the deal to return to the APC was struck with a promise of the APC ticket.

But Obaseki during the Alaghodaro Summit declared that his second tenure was assured and it was only the people that can determine who govern the state.

Pundits believe that federal appointments in the state sparked another round of crisis between Oshiomhole and Obaseki as the latter was alleged to have been denied input in all the appointments from the state.

It was gathered that as at the last count, there are over 15 federal appointments from the state with no evidence of the governor’s inputs a development pundits say raises concern over any hope of reconciliation between the political actors.

In July, Obaseki was said to have cried out at a meeting with members of Benin Community residents in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, over his relegation to the background when federal appointments are made from the state.

“I have endured so much as governor. As governor, I have not been able to even nominate somebody for a federal appointment and federal appointments are made every day. I will sit down they will call me from the Senate. ‘Are you aware of this?’ I keep quiet. I have said it that at the end of the day, I only have one mandate to serve Edo people and as long as God has given me this opportunity, I will not allow Edo State to be a pawn in anybody’s political chess game,” he said.

The crisis has however consumed over 300 aides, which included Special Assistants and Senior Special Assistants as well as five local government chairman said to be loyalists of Oshiomhole.

The recent alleged suspension and counter-suspension of Oshiomhole and Obaseki is directly linked to the 2020 governorship ticket which Ize-Iyamu is clearly angling.

In fact barely 24 hours after the suspension of Oshiomhole, a faction of the party who are members of the EPM, announced the suspension of Governor Obaseki, his deputy, Phillips Shaibu, Secretary to the State Government, Osarodion Ogie and the party state chairman, Anslem Ojezua.

Speaking during a meeting at the residence of Maj.-Gen. Airhiavbere (rtd), the spokesperson of the group, Patrick Ikhariale, alleged that Obaseki struck a deal with the PDP to run on the party’s platform in the 2020 governorship election.

Ikhariale claimed the governor had already paid N3 billion to secure the PDP ticket for the forthcoming election, an allegation which the Edo State chairman of the PDP, Chief Dan Orbih has described as untrue.

As it is, many areas still remained unearth in the move by Ize-Iyamu to return to the APC to take up the governorship ticket and whether Obaseki will move to the PDP for it ticket. The attention will turn to Edo State after the governorship polls in Kogi and Bayelsa states.
By News Proof

Pastor Ize-Iyamu  Osagie
Pastor Ize-Iyamu
Osagie 
The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) governorship candidate in the 2016 Edo State election, Pastor Ize-Iyamu Osagie has confirmed he is set to defect to the All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of the 2020 governorship election in  the state.

speaking on the alleged defection, Ize-Iyamu said his planned move was at the instance of his loyalists.

Ize-Iyamu who had been at a loggerheads with the PDP in the state, said he succumbed to pressure from his supporters because of the disarray within the rank of the PDP.

He said that having done his best to reconcile the warring parties within the PDP without success, he decided to call it quit and was fully set to join the APC.

Ize-Iyamu said as a founding member of the Action Congress (AC) which metamorphosed to the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN) and later the APC following the merger of several parties, he was merely returning home and not defecting.

He said, “It is true that I am leaving the PDP for the APC. I am not defecting but merely returning home. I am quitting the PDP because of the too many problems bedeviling the party which I have tried in my own way to resolve without success. It is not a rumour, I am going back home to APC,” he said.

Meanwhile, barely eight months to the 2020 governorship election in Edo State, the search for possible “replacement” of Governor Godwin Obaseki of the All Progressives Congress (APC), is glaring due to the bickering between him and the National Chairman of the party, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole.

Oshiomole and Obaseki, have been in supremacy battle over the latter’s second term bid following the squabble between the duo.

The governor, it was gathered, was accused of not “patronizing” party leaders, especially Oshiomhole’s foot soldiers after helping him to win the 2016 governorship election.

After being sworn-in, Obaseki allegedly introduced a new order and banned politicians and party leaders from the government house and declared that the state resources is not meant for sharing but for the development of the state.

This was shortly after that the governor sacked local governments revenue collectors employed by Oshiomhole and returned the collection to the local governments.

According to Daily Trust, Oshiomhole felt betrayed by his political godson and asked his loyalists to shop for a possible replacement for Obaseki who he defiled all odds to “install” as governor.

Interestingly, the unabated crisis culminated in the formation of the Edo Peoples Movement (EPM), by a section of the APC believed to be Oshiomhole’s loyalists.

An insider source told our source that shortly after that, the EPM was said to have been given the mandate to shop for a replacement of Governor Obaseki.
Immediately, some names came up. They include Chris Ogiewonyi, Maj-Gen. Charles Airhiavbere (rtd) Pius Odubu and Captain Hosa Okunbo among others.

The source said Okunbo was approached to become a candidate based on his financial muscle and in the believe that he can sponsor the election if Obaseki eventually lost the ticket.

The source also said that Captain Okunbo declined the offer but requested that Pastor Ize-Iyamu Osagie, the gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2016 governorship election be drafted into the APC and possibly given the ticket before rendering any help.

Following the development, Oshiomhole was said to have met Ize-Iyamu in one of his flights from Benin to Abuja when the deal to return to the APC was struck with a promise of the APC ticket.

But Obaseki during the Alaghodaro Summit declared that his second tenure was assured and it was only the people that can determine who govern the state.

Pundits believe that federal appointments in the state sparked another round of crisis between Oshiomhole and Obaseki as the latter was alleged to have been denied input in all the appointments from the state.

It was gathered that as at the last count, there are over 15 federal appointments from the state with no evidence of the governor’s inputs a development pundits say raises concern over any hope of reconciliation between the political actors.

In July, Obaseki was said to have cried out at a meeting with members of Benin Community residents in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, over his relegation to the background when federal appointments are made from the state.

“I have endured so much as governor. As governor, I have not been able to even nominate somebody for a federal appointment and federal appointments are made every day. I will sit down they will call me from the Senate. ‘Are you aware of this?’ I keep quiet. I have said it that at the end of the day, I only have one mandate to serve Edo people and as long as God has given me this opportunity, I will not allow Edo State to be a pawn in anybody’s political chess game,” he said.

The crisis has however consumed over 300 aides, which included Special Assistants and Senior Special Assistants as well as five local government chairman said to be loyalists of Oshiomhole.

The recent alleged suspension and counter-suspension of Oshiomhole and Obaseki is directly linked to the 2020 governorship ticket which Ize-Iyamu is clearly angling.

In fact barely 24 hours after the suspension of Oshiomhole, a faction of the party who are members of the EPM, announced the suspension of Governor Obaseki, his deputy, Phillips Shaibu, Secretary to the State Government, Osarodion Ogie and the party state chairman, Anslem Ojezua.

Speaking during a meeting at the residence of Maj.-Gen. Airhiavbere (rtd), the spokesperson of the group, Patrick Ikhariale, alleged that Obaseki struck a deal with the PDP to run on the party’s platform in the 2020 governorship election.

Ikhariale claimed the governor had already paid N3 billion to secure the PDP ticket for the forthcoming election, an allegation which the Edo State chairman of the PDP, Chief Dan Orbih has described as untrue.

As it is, many areas still remained unearth in the move by Ize-Iyamu to return to the APC to take up the governorship ticket and whether Obaseki will move to the PDP for it ticket. The attention will turn to Edo State after the governorship polls in Kogi and Bayelsa states.

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