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Edo 2020: There Is No Need To Change A Performing Governor – Sen. Daisy Danjuma

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Sen. Daisy Danjuma, the wife of retired Major-General Theophilus Danjuma, has called on Edo women to rally round the re-election of Gov. Sept. 19, governorship election in the state.

Sen. Danjuma made the call at a reception organised in her honour by Edo women in Benin on Monday, September 16, 2020.

According to Danjuma, there was no need to change a performing team adding that Obaseki deserved a second term to continue with his sterling governance.

“Obaseki was in APC and I saw all that he was doing in Benin. I then said to myself this is not about party but about the individual.

“In my opinion, he has done well but as a member of the board of trustee of PDP, I supported Obaseki for continuity even before his defection to the party.

“Since, the nation’s return to democracy in 1999, former governor Lucky Igbinedion ruled for eight years, Adams Oshiomhole also ruled for eight years why is it that a performing governor will not do eight years.

“There is no reason a performing governor will not have a second term.

“I saw it that Obaseki will do something great, that is why I said in spite of my party I must support him for a second term so that he can finish all the good job that he started,” Sen. Danjuma said.

The Senator urged parents to sensitise their children on the need to shun violence adding that they should not allow themselves to be used as agents of electoral fraud.

“It is your duty to encourage everybody around you, convince your husband, children, friends and associates to come out on Saturday to vote for Obaseki and PDP.

“Sept. 19, is a very important day and nobody should encourage violence,” he added.

According to her, nobody has governed for four years in the state. “Please, let’s vote right. No man is God. Vote right. Use your PVCs right and vote for Obaseki’s re-election,” she added.

The wife of the state governor, Betsy Obaseki, had earlier said that Gov. Obaseki was fighting a political battle to liberate not only Edo but the nation from the shackles of godfathers.

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