Edo 2020: Pastor Ighodalo Endorses Obaseki To Win Re-election


Ituah Ighodalo, Senior Pastor of the Trinity House Church, has endorsed the candidate of the People’s Democratic Party, Governor Godwin Obaseki for the September 19 guber poll in Edo State.

Ighodalo, who spoke on a radio interview in Lagos stated that the Governor has delivered on education, infrastructural development and on the revamping of industries in the state.

“I think he (Gov. Obaseki) stands a good chance of winning the election.

“The young children are doing very well and their parents are very happy and the residents have given him a name, ‘wake and see governor.

“He did a lot of roads and infrastructure. He built secretariats that have been abandoned. He is trying to wake up a lot of things even industries and some other sectors,” he said.

Ighodalo added that the former National Chairman of the APC, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole, is fighting for his political survival, expressing that the former Edo Governor “only wanted Obaseki to be obligated to him, having helped him to become governor.”

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