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Edo election: Gov Obaseki clears air on ‘conflict’ with deputy, Philip Shaibu

Crusoe Osagie, the Particular Adviser to the Edo State Governor on Media and Conversation Technique, has mentioned there’s no conflict between Godwin Obaseki and his deputy, Philip Shaibu.

Stories of a faceoff between the Governor and his deputy were making the rounds.

The conflict, they mentioned is led to on account of marketing campaign budget.

However in a remark in Benin Town, the state capital on Saturday, Osagie mentioned the falsehood may just best have emanated from the All Progressives Congress (APC).

He accused the opposition APC to have tailored to spinning the hearsay mill and concocting choice information to therapeutic massage the egos in their paymasters.

“The lie that there used to be a conflict between the governor and his deputy must be disregarded in its entirety. No matter incident they allude to simply exists within the creativeness of the purveyors,” the remark added.

“There used to be certainly a gathering with key stakeholders of the Peoples Democratic Birthday celebration (PDP), which ended with everybody in prime spirits.

“There used to be a spirit of cordiality and everybody shared their concepts and inputs on ship the celebration within the September 19 governorship election.”

Previous on, Shaibu had mentioned that speculations that he’s on a warpath with Governor Godwin Obaseki are false.

He additionally accused the previous APC Nationwide Chairman, Adams Oshiomhole “and his rejected son (Osagie) Ize-Iyamu” of undertaking their political beliefs in a primitive means.

Shaibu’s spokesman, Benjamin Atu, in a remark on Saturday, mentioned the “Machiavellian gadget of politics the place all varieties of wizardry techniques are deployed each thru honest and foul method will definitely reach the other consequence.”

The deputy governor alerted that “mischievous parts backed via hopeless, helpless political jobbers and traders” were unleashed towards him.

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