Edo 2024: Oshiomhole congratulates Okpebholo, APC gov candidate

Senator Adams Oshiomhole, has congratulated the All Progressives Congress, APC, governorship candidate for the September 21, 2024, poll in the state, Senator Monday Okpebholo and his running mate, Dennis Idahosa, for emerging as the party’s standard bearers in the state.

Senator Oshiomhole, representing Edo North, in the National Assembly,  in a letter addressed to Okpebholo, said:

“I extend my heartfelt congratulations on your well-deserved emergence as the flag bearer of our esteemed party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, for the forthcoming Edo State governorship election.

“Your victory in the closely contested primaries reflects the belief of our party members in your unwavering dedication and commitment to our party’s core values.

“As we embark on this crucial journey, I urge you to leave behind the intrigues of the primaries and extend a hand of fellowship to all those who contested with you for the ticket, as well as to all stakeholders of our party in the state.

“Together, we must forge a strong, united front that resonates with the electorate and secures victory in the governorship election on September 21, 2024.

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“Your decision to choose Dennis Idahosa as your running mate, demonstrates great wisdom and foresight.

“Your joint ticket presents the people of Edo State with the best option to usher in a dynamic, progressive, and responsive government that aligns with the aspirations of our vibrant youth population.

“I am confident in your leadership abilities and believe that, with the support of all APC members across the state, we can restore Edo State to the path of progressive governance, sustainable socio economic growth and political inclusion in all its ramifications.

“Congratulations once again, as I eagerly anticipate our collective efforts towards achieving victory in the upcoming election.

“Yours in the struggle for the rebirth of a greater Edo State that works for all.”

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