Edo 2020: Yoruba community throws weight behind Obaseki

Edo 2020: Yoruba community throws weight behind Obaseki

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The Yoruba community in Edo State has thrown their weight behind the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate and Governor of the state, Mr Godwin Obaseki, “to enable him to continue with his multi-sectoral reforms”.

Daily Times gathered that Mr Abiodun Adewale made the pledge yesterday on behalf of the community while speaking to journalists in Benin City, noted: “We are standing with Governor Godwin Obaseki and his deputy, Philip Shaibu, who have made Edo State another state for Yoruba businessmen and women”.

“The Obaseki-led administration has made it easy for us to do our businesses here. Nobody harasses you anymore for illegal and burdensome levies”.

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“Ring Road, Lagos Street and other places where many Yoruba people ply their trade have been revamped, so we will all vote for PDP come September 19”.

“Yoruba people, lecturers, media practitioners, taxi and bus drivers, printers, tailors, hawkers of traditional medicine or agbo, farmers, those selling along Lagos Street and every other Yoruba person in Edo State should vote for Obaseki and the PDP.”

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