Edo 2024: Victoria Amu steps down from guber race

Ahead of the 2024 governorship poll in Edo State, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in the state, Mrs. Victoria Amu, has disclosed her intention to step down from the governorship race.

Amu, who commended the Senator representing Edo North senatorial district, Mr. Adams Oshiomole, for excellent management of APC’s matters, said she would no longer purchase the party’s nomination forms.

According to her, she would abide by the APC’s decisions.

She noted that the party’s resolutions were larger than any individual’s ambitions, saying:

“While I am passionate about the prospect of serving the good people of Edo State as their governor, I want to make it unequivocally clear that my ambition is not greater than the supremacy of our party.

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“The APC’s collective goals and the well-being of the people of Edo State are of utmost importance to me. I am fully aligned with the party’s vision and principles.

“Party supremacy is a fundamental principle that guides our democratic process. I am fully committed to upholding this principle and contributing to the success of the APC in Edo State.

“Our collective strength lies in unity, and together, we will build a party that truly represents the aspirations of the people.

“As a loyal and committed member of the APC, I want to reassure everyone that I will abide by the decisions of our great party.

“The APC’s internal processes, including primaries and other party mechanisms, are essential for maintaining democracy and ensuring that our collective goals are achieved.

“I am fully aligned with the party’s values and will wholeheartedly support the candidate chosen by the APC,” she added.

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