Obaseki Urges Electorates In Edo To Defend Their Votes

“On the 19th of September, come out and vote massively for PDP and make sure you stay back in your polling units to defend your vote to avoid manipulation. Don’t listen when they ask you to go home or even threaten you."

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Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Governor Godwin Obaseki/Photo credit: Google

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate for the September 19 Edo governorship elections, Governor Godwin Obaseki has called on electorates in the state to go out in large numbers and vote for the PDP in the forthcoming elections.

The PDP candidate made the call on Friday, August 14, 2020, while addressing members of the party at the Ward 6 campaign ground in Ukhuse, Owan West Local Government Area.

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“On the 19th of September, come out and vote massively for PDP and make sure you stay back in your polling units to defend your vote to avoid manipulation. Don’t listen when they ask you to go home or even threaten you. If you obey them, they will manipulate the results,” said Obaseki.

Furthermore, the governor vowed to fulfill his promises and sustain community development in the state if re-elected. “My coming to Ukhuse is a homecoming, Four years ago I couldn’t get to you people because of bad road, but I made sure that I constructed the road for easy transportation. Now, you can move your commodities to the market and other villages to sell.

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“I need to buy more tractors for mechanized farming because farming now is very important to Nigeria. We want to phase out the old way of farming more to our youths. The development of Edo is in your hands. Come out with your Permanent Voters Card (PVC) and vote PDP and I will make sure I keep all my promises to you,” added Obaseki.

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