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Some of my supporters were disenfranchised, says Ize-Iyamu

Some of my supporters were disenfranchised, says Ize-Iyamu
September 20
23:36 2020

Osagie Ize-Iyamu, candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the Edo state governorship election, says he is studying the result of the election he lost to Godwin Obaseki, his opponent.

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According to results declared by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Obaseki, incumbent governor of Edo and candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), secured 307,955 votes across 18 local government areas, while Ize-Iyamu polled 223,619 votes.

In a tweet, Ize-Iyamu said there were many irregularities during the election.

“I thank and appreciate my supporters, who had to endure many evils including being prevented from voting, for their support and determination during the election. i assure you all that i am studying the results along with other party members and will announce my next move soon,” he tweeted.

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Obaseki won in 13 out of the 18 local government areas of the state.

2 Comments

  1. Pastor OO
    Pastor OO September 21, 11:52

    Man of God, forget about the election. You have a great career as a Pastor. Focus on the ministry. Governors, kings and others in the society will come to seek your views and advice. Please be wise sir.

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    • Real Man of God
      Real Man of God September 21, 12:54

      Is a really a man of God? Did God asked him to contest? If yes, then God must have told him he will loose and be shamed. He should never have associated himself again with Osho pikin, the same man he insulted him and the so called call of God upon him.

      Rubbish pls let’s discuss another matter there is no time

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