March 11 Election: New Twist as Oshiomhole Speaks on Possible Impeachment of Obaseki

March 11 Election: New Twist as Oshiomhole Speaks on Possible Impeachment of Obaseki

  • The governorship election is scheduled to hold on Saturday, March 11, 2023, and preparations are underway by INEC and other relevant security agencies
  • while some governors are seeking re-election into office, some governor's fates have already been determined due to their performance in office
  • Interestingly, former Edo Governor, Adams Oshiomhole, has urged Governor Godwin Obaseki to be calm and not worried about being impeached if he loses his reflection bid

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Ahead of the Saturday, March 11, 2023, House of Assembly poll, former Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole, says his successor in office, Godwin Obaseki should not be worried about being impeached if he loses out in the contest.

Oshiomhole, who is now the Senator-Elect for Edo North Senatorial District from the Saturday, February 25 general election, stated this during an interview with journalists in Benin City, the Edo State capital.

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Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole, sends message to his successor in office, Godwin Obaseki ahead of the March 11 election. Photo credit: Adams Oshiomhole, Godwin Obaseki
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Oshiomhole sends a scary message to Obaseki ahead of March 11 poll

He maintained that if Obaseki had performed well as Edo State Governor, then he would not be worried about the electorate voting against his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Channels TV reported.

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He accused the Obaseki-led state government of not allowing the parliament to function the way it should be in other saner climes.

Peter Obi speaks to Nigerians, says he won 2023 presidential election

Meanwhile, Peter Obi, the candidate of the Labour Party in the last presidential election, addressed Nigerians on the conduct and results of the poll. reported that after observing a minute silence for the victims of violence across the country during Saturday, February 25, presidential and National Assembly elections, Obi made it clear that this is the first time he will address the media either directly or indirectly after taking part in the voting exercise in Anambra.

During a press briefing, the LP presidential candidate noted that he will reclaim his mandate, arguing that the electoral process was not what Nigerians were promised.

Adams Oshiomhole blows hot, accuses Atiku, Peter Obi of lying against INEC, APC

Former governor Adams Oshiomhole accused Peter Obi of the Labour Party and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party of lying.

The former governor and senator-elect said Obi and Atiku are lying against the Independent National Electoral Commission and the All Progressives Congress.

Oshiomhole said the two opposition presidential candidates are accusing themselves of rigging each other out.


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