Edo 2024: PDP campaign council will deliver 80% votes – Obaseki

Edo State Governor, Godwin Obaseki has said the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) campaign council for Sept. 21 governorship election would deliver 80 per cent of votes to Asuerinme Ighodalo, the party’s candidate.

Governor Obaseki, who said this at the inauguration of the campaign Council in Benin, noted that the party had the best candidate that would continue from where he would stop.

He said that the structure of the campaign council was rooted in all the 192 wards across the state, adding that every organ of the party was captured.

“Today, we are here to inaugurate the campaign council that will lead PDP to victory in the Sept. 21 governorship election.

“The campaign is going to be based on what we have achieved and the lives we have touched. The campaign will also be based on the future not the past.

“We see the suffering the people are going through, so the campaign will be based on the hope PDP will give our citizens.

“Those fighting PDP have collected money from the other political parties and I want you all present here to join me flush them out. Let them stay out since they have collected money,” Obaseki said.

Earlier, the State Chairman of the PDP, Dr Tony Aziegbemi, said that the campaign council comprised 363 members, excluding the women and youth wings.

In his acceptance speech, the Director-General of the state campaign council, Matthew Iduoriyekemwen, thanked the governor and PDP faithful for the opportunity to serve the party.

Iduoriyekemwen promised to lead the party to victory come September.

In his remarks, the PDP governorship candidate, Mr Asuerinme Ighodalo, who thanked party faithful and leaders for the confidence reposed in him, said Obaseki had laid a functional foundation at every sector that he would build upon.

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