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Obaseki In Trouble: How APC Planned To Wrest Power From Him

Obaseki In Trouble: How APC Planned To Wrest Power From
Him –
Despite winning the governorship election in Edo State,
Governor Godwin Obaseki is in trouble as he may lose his
seat if he falls by the grand plan of the All Progressives
Congress, APC, to wrest power out of his hand.
The APC is planning to use the court and technicality to
knockout Obaseki from power and the party is boasting that
it will succeed in doing so.
Immediate past National Vice Chairman, North Central,
APC, Ahmed Suleiman Wambai revealed APC’s plan to
wrest power out of the hand of Obaseki in a interview with
the Sun. Monitored by Oniftv
He said Obaseki won the election because some APC
governors conspired with the PDP to defeat Pastor Osagie
Ize-Iyamu because of Adams Oshiomhole.
Wambai added that the APC had not lost the election yet as
the party would take over Edo State on technical grounds.
He said Obaseki had no papers and that the APC was
waiting to see any court or government that would prove
that Obaseki was qualified.
Wambai stated also that Obaseki lied under oath and
received nomination forms from two political parties against
the ruling of the Supreme Court, saying his victory was just
a temporary celebration for him.
In his words: “It was pure conspiracy. Both PDP and APC
members joined forces. But I tell you what, we have not lost
that election. We are taking over Edo state on technical
grounds.
“Obaseki has no paper and we are waiting to see the
governor, any court or government that will prove that
Obaseki is qualified.
“Secondly, Obaseki lied under oath and received nomination
forms from two political parties against the ruling of the
Supreme Court. This is just a temporary celebration for
him.”

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