OSM Edo South Senatorial District scores Obaseki high, endorses him for 2nd term
OSM Edo South Senatorial District scores Obaseki high, endorses him for 2nd term.
A socio-political pressure group, Obaseki Shaibu Movement (OSM), has score Gov. Obaseki high and endorsed him for a second term after a consideration of his three years performance in the areas of Human Development, Infrastructural Development, Economic Policies, among others.
The group made its position known to newsmen in Benin onSaturday through the Edo South Senatorial District coordinator, Comr. Fred Ekuase after a strategic meeting with its Exercutives. The group after appraise and review the activities of the governor for almost three of his administration. The coordinator stated that Obaseki has put his critics in absolute shame considering his monumental discharge of the dividends of democracy spread across the state. Fred Ekuase stated that the second term of Obaseki is sacrosanct owing to his EDO BEST, EDO JOB, EDO GIST agenda that he has fulfilled by imparting positively on lives of the masses with projects and programmes affecting the people directly.
He therefore, called on the people to reciprocate this gesture and magnanimity by supporting him enmass come 2020 as to whom much is given, much is expected and when music is sweet or melodious it is repeated. Comr. Fred Ekuade however advised all and sundry to join hands with Obaseki to move the state forward and jettison the politics of tribal and party sentiments, and work out modalities in fashioning a unified affirmative action that reconciles and redirects our quest for one Edo.
He kicked against the politics of disunity for self-aggrandizement. as he charged the group to remain focused, steadfast and undeterred in the face of provocation towards the actualization of the task ahead and the objectives of the group.
The high point of the event was the donation of 70 caps,100 barges, and banbers to edo south chapter to multivate members by the Edo South Senatorial District coordinator Comr. Fred Ekuase.