The sitting Governor of Edo state and the Peoples Democratic Party Candidate for the Edo 2020 governorship elections Godwin Obaseki record another major move against his ash opponent Ize-Iyamu of the APC as 35 political parties in the state joined their structures together in order to ensure the re-election of Godwin Obaseki.
According to the parties, they said the aim of the coalition was to make sure that the re-election of Obaseki was achieved.
According to Social Democratic party spokesman, he said they have advised the governorship aspirants to withdraw and join hands with Obaseki to build on the growth and developmental legacies and foundation he has laid in his first tenure.
The coalition said they are only supporting Obaseki for second term because of his achievement for his first tenure and there focus is for progressive Edo State and a better life for the people of Edo.
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