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Why We Harkened To Edo Central – Edo South APC Leaders

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Some of the leading lights in the All Progressives Congress, APC in Edo South, Edo State have opened up on why they harkened to back the emergence of Senator Monday Okpebholo as the party’s choice for the Edo 2024 governorship election.

In a statement made available to GWG.ng the leaders cited the need for equity and good neighbourness with Esan brothers given their plea for inclusivity.

The Edo South APC leaders who signed the statement included Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu and one time deputy governor of the state, Lucky Imasuen, both of whom bought the form but stepped down in consideration of power shift to Edo Central and to Okpebholo in particular.

They said:

Dear Esteemed Edo Leaders,

In response to the passionate appeal from our beloved brothers and sisters in Edo Central Senatorial district, we, as leaders from Edo South, have wholeheartedly thrown our support behind their aspiration to produce a governor of Esan extraction. Throughout history, we have been beneficiaries of the unwavering support of the Esan nation, and we express our profound gratitude for their sacrifices. As they seize this opportunity to lead, we wish them every success.

In the recent All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary election, our great party has elected a formidable and worthy candidate to carry our flag in the upcoming September 2024 election. We are pleased to have supported the emergence of distinguished Sen. Monday Okpevbolo from Esan Central local government area. We believe his victory is not just a political outcome; it is divinely ordained, aligning with the principles of equity, fairness, and good neighborliness.

To our esteemed brothers in Edo South and North, we passionately appeal to you to embrace Sen. Monday Okpevbolo as a cherished member of our extended family. He embodies humility, godliness, respect, and responsibility, and we are confident he will make an exceptional governor.

This moment transcends political alliances. It transcends regional agendas. It marks the inception of a new era—an Edo agenda—for the benefit and upliftment of all Edo people. Sen. Monday Okpevbolo’s leadership is a beacon of hope, a unifying force that binds us together in the pursuit of a better Edo.

As we move forward, let us stand united as a family, an unbreakable force of progress. In the words of Gen. Yakubu Gowon at the end of the Nigerian Civil War, “No victor, no vanquished.” This victory is a collective opportunity for positive change in Esan land, Afemai land, and throughout Edo.

Together, let us usher in an era of prosperity, inclusivity, and enduring unity.

Signed:

*EDO SOUTH APC LEADERS*

1. Pst Osagie Ize-Iyamu

2. H.E. Chief Lucky Imasuen

3. Senator Matthew Urhoghide

4. Engr. Lawrence Okah

5. Hon. Osarobo Idehen

6. Prince Peter Uwadiae

7. Lady Omorede Osifo Marshall

8. Mr. Osaze Imasogie

9. Hon. Patrick Aisowieren

10. Prof Ovienseri Aibueku

11. Prof David Osifo

12. Prof Arthur Ogedengbe

13. Hon Osaro Obaze

14. Hon Chris Okaeben

15. Hon Crossby Eribo

16. Hon Bright Osayande

17. Hon Edo Wimpy

18. Mr Osaze Igbinovia

19. Mr Osaretin Edosomwan

20. Prince Sam Aghedo

21. Mr Osadolor Omoregie

22. Hon Etinosa Ogbeiwi

23. Hon Tony Osazuwa

24. Pst. Dave Stanley

25. Dr Mrs Tawa Idubor

26. Madam Rosemary Elawure

27. Lady Jubril Obokhale

28. Chief Osahon Airhunmwunde

29. Hon Razaq Belo-Osagie

30. Chief FOC Omorogbe

31. Chief Matthew Ehigie

32. Hon Faustina Ovienrioba

33. Mr Robert Okubor

34. Chief Kenester Oteghekpen

35. Mr OZ Ehiorobo

36. Prince Christopher Iyasere

37. Mr Johnny Ekhator

38. Mr Eric Iyen

39. Comrade Godwin Erhahon

40. Dr. Mayor Onyebuike

41. Mrs Stella Evbuomwan

42. Hon Vincent Uwadiae

43. Hon Dumez Ugiagbe

44. Hon Desmond Ugbo

45. Hon Emmanuel Iyase

46. Hon Sunny Ogbewe

47. Mr Julius Agbonze

48. Hon E. J. Agbonayinma

49. Mr Steve Atoe

50. Mr Francis Imafidon

51. Dr Emman Paddy Iyamu

52. Engr Isaac Olotu

53. Hon. Monday Aighobayi

54. Hon. Isaac Nosakhare Osahon

55. Mr. Lugard Oghogho

56. Dr Osaze Igbinoba

57. Madam Okundaye

58. Godwin Asemota (Asgolite)

59. Hon Patrick Osayiamen

60. Erhauyi Alfred Iyekekpolor

61. Mr Austin Osarenkhoe

62. Mr Frank Ize-Iyamu

63. Engr John Brown Oviasuyi

64. Austin Osawaru

65. Nosa Obamwonyi

66. Collins Osaghae

67. Dan Osa-Ogbegie Esq

68. Ms. Imuetinyan Otuomagie

69. Comr. Iyobosa Irughe

70. Francis Osabuohien.

71. Mr. Solomon Odemwingie

72. Melo Edokpolor

73. Chief Etiosa Omuemu

74. Friday Wise

75. Ebegue Igho Osagie

76. Prof Edoba Omoregie SAN

77. Prof Amen Uhunmwagho

78. Clement Igbafe

79. Monday Aiyamekhue

80. Bishop Patience Uwa Aiguobasimwin

81. Mrs Eki Shina Peters

82. Austin Igbinovia

83. Bishop Osadolor Ochei

84. Hon Johnson Iyamu

85. Hon Paul Ohonbamu

86. Mrs. Margaret Omoregie

87. Larry famous

88. Solomon Odemwegie

89. Pius Iyamu

90. Hon Osakpamwan Ekpetin

91. Dr Sam Igbinoba

92. Bishop Iyobosa Atoe

93. Odion Obazee

94. C.P. Ojo Rtd.

95. Mrs. Caroline Ebose

96. Engr. Osato Oluwafemi

97. Mr. Osayimwenre Osawe

98. Mr. Ogie Omoruyi

99. Mrs. Faith Aghayere

100. Baron Mike Osaghae

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