Gov. Obaseki Administrative Qualities Is Equal To None………… OSM State Coordinator

Gov. Obaseki Administrative Qualities Is Equal To None………… OSM State Coordinator

A frontline socio-political group, Obaseki/Shaibu Movement(OSM), has continue to commend the excellent leadership qualities of the Edo State Governor, Mr. GodwinObaseki and his deputy Rt. Hon. Philip Shauibu.

The State Coordinator of the movement Hon. Miracle Ogbebor stated this Uromi the administrative headquarters of Esan North-East, when members of the State executive council of OSM address members of the press and some leaders in the local government area.

According to Hon. Miracle to the league of leaders present that “Gov. Obaseki/Shaibu has exhibited excellent leadership qualities and massive economic progress despite the biting economic in the country Nigeria”.

He went further to say; the Gov. Obaseki led administration had holistically transformed the education sector, putting in place a framework that had brought about institutional transformation in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions.

“The administration is improving infrastructure in our schools, trained over 7000 teachers on digital learning in our basic education sector, completed the revamping of Benin Technical College, as well as consolidation of our College of Education,’’ he said.

In the health sector, the governor has strengthened all aspects of the health value chain, including that of the Primary Health Centres, which were ongoing.

said: “this administration have rolled out the remodeling of 20 PHCs across the state and intend to do 200, and have initiated the Edo Healthcare Improvement Programme to achieve improved health structure and the well-being of the citizens

“The state and local governments saved one per cent of their federal allocation to make investment in the health sector.’’

The governor Obaseki/Shaibu lead administration on assumption of office promised the creation of 200, 000 jobs, noting that over 98,344 jobs had been created in both private and public sectors in the state.

On the issue of illegal migration and human trafficking, The Obaseki-led government has sustained a mix of strategies, ranging from institutional, sensitisation campaign, reintegration of returnees and empowerment programmes, amongst others, in tackling the menace and this have made the rate of trafficking drop drastically in Edo State.

The State Coordinator says by voting for Godwin Obaseki, all the apc house of Assembly members in the just concluded state house of Assembly election in the State, the people of the state have chosen “continuity and consolidation of the massive multi-faceted developments recorded under the administration of Governor Godwin Obaseki”.

He thanked Mr. Obaseki/Philip Shuaibu, for their massive development and economic reform going on in the state.

He also thanked “the good people of Edo state” for the massive turnout during the election.

He also congratulated political parties and their candidates that contested the House of Assembly election for the fair play and relatively peaceful conduct displayed during the election exercise, and appealed to the opposition parties to accept defeat in good faith.

“The people of Edo state voted to ensure continuity and consolidation of the massive multi-faceted developments going on under the administration of Governor Godwin Obaseki. He advise the elected members to deliver on the expectation of the electorates,”

He advise Edo people to continue to support Mr. Godwin Obaseki led administration. He also call on the APC leaders and party faithfuls to surpport the Governor till 2024.

On his part, the Edo Central Senatorial District Coordinator Hon. Ambrose Ayewoh thanked the state Government for flag up of the water project in Uromi and other road projects going on in Edo Central Senatorial District. He said that OSM will continue to woo support for the Obaseki/Shaibu administration untill 2024 and beyond.

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