Edo Election: Ize-Iyamu promises to turn Okada into a University hub

Edo Election: Ize-Iyamu promises to turn Okada into a University hub

<p class="">Ize-Iyamu promised to complement the efforts of Chief Igbinedion in making life more comfortable for the residents of the area.</p>

<h1>Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in the Edo governorship election, has promised to transform Okada town to a University hub if elected.</h1>

<p class="">Ize-Iyamu made the promise on Saturday at Okada town, Ovia North East Local Government Area of the state, during his ward-to-ward campaign tour of the area.</p>

<p class="">He appreciated the Esama of Benin, <strong>Chief Gabriel Igbinedion</strong>, for founding a University in the locality which he said had opened up the area for economic activities.</p>

<p class="">He promised to complement the efforts of Chief Igbinedion in making life more comfortable for the residents of the area.</p>

<p class=""><em>“I will construct more roads, open up this area for more development, provide water and aid farmers to become more productive and resourceful.</em></p>

<p class=""><em>“Our goal is to transform the university town to a University City</em>”</p>

<p class="">On his part, former governor of Edo, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, expressed his gratitude to the people for their large turnout at the event.</p>

<p class="">He decried alleged neglect of the area in the last four years as there was no new project there since he left office as governor of the state.</p>

<p class="">Meanwhile, <strong>Mr Samson Osagie</strong>, the Director-General, APC campaign council for Edo South, said he was impressed with the support the party was getting throughout the state.</p>

<p class="">Osagie expressed optimism that APC would win the Sept. 19, governorship election in Edo.</p>

<p class="">He restated that Ize-Iyamu was the best candidate in the upcoming election in the state.</p>

<p class="">Osagie assured that the APC candidate would not disappoint the people if elected, describing him as a man with the fear of God.</p>

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