Monday, May 14, 2012

Group assures Oshiomole of winning Esan land

Group assures Oshiomole of winning Esan land

From Ayodele Samuel, Lagos

The Concerned Citizens for Good Governance in Nigeria has assured Edo State Governor of Comrade Adams Oshiomole of more than 2,000 votes from Edo Central in the July 14 gubernatorial election.
The group in a statement signed by its patron Mr. Francis Onabis, a Presidential aspirant in 2011 general election, said the group had since commenced rigorous campaign for the governor's re-election bid after an assessment of projects carried out throughout the five Local councils making up the Esan land of the state.
Onabis said "Our people are set to turn out en-masse to vote for Oshiomole in order to ensure further transformation of the state and good governance."
The group said projects carried out in Esan land by Oshiomole administration remained visible landmark of good governance in the region, thus making mobilizing the Esan people for his re-election easier.
He urged Esan people not to be deceived by politicians playing ethnic and money politics in the region saying "one good term deserves another." The group stressed that voting politicians without manifestoes will lead to retrogression and more year of impoverishment of the masses. 'We Esanians believe that re-electing the ACN party in the election will bring more massive developmental projects to the region and indeed the entire Edo."
The group however warned politicians contending for the governorship position against introducing ethnic and religious bigotry insisting that election of governor or other political officers should be based on merit and ability to deliver dividend of democracy to the people and not on ethnic sentiment.

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