Edo 2020: Igbo women in Edo vow to vote Obaseki as they defect PDP
By Youngflash1 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
Igbo women community in Edo State have defected to PDP from APC ahead of the Edo governorship election sheduled to hold on September.
The Igbo women leader, Mrs. Ahoruonye Blessing, said that they are joining PDP so as to give maximum support to Governor Obaseki due to the good and excellent works he is doing in the state.
"Since the beginning of Governor Obaseki's administration, there has been an elimination of double and over-taxation" she said
She also made mention of Obaseki's prudent management of resources and the impressive developmental stride which has been witnessed in the state as well as the economic expansion which has influenced the rate of consumption positively.The PDP state women leader, Mrs. Lindsay Sorea, received the women and their leader in Benin.
Mrs. Ahoruonye Blessing, expressed her fear and believed that the state would go back to the hands of the brutal tax collectors and thugs if the administration of Governor Obaseki is by any means disrupted.
According to her, ” we the Ibo Community in Edo state have realized our past mistakes and we are fully ready to correct it this time by voting PDP”
She rejected the return of the state to a party full of corruption and affirmed that they have vowed to vote for Obaseki and his new party, PDP.
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