APC’s Ize-Iyamu reacts as PDP declares him unfit to succeed Obaseki

Osagie Ize-Iyamu, the All Progressives Congress Party (APC) governorship candidate in Edo State, has condemned the latest comment against him by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Recalling comments by Ize-Iyamu and ousted APC national chairman, Adams Oshiomhole, the PDP declared that the flagbearer was unfit to succeed Governor Godwin Obaseki.

Ize-Iyamu described the position as empty, revisionist, and a narrative to deceitfully test the intelligence of Edo people.

A statement on Tuesday by his campaign spokesman, John Mayaki, said PDP was engaging in deliberate conflation of facts.

He said the PDP twisted facts and misrepresented happenings of yesteryears to look like a recent happening.

Mayaki stated that there was no interview or confession to any crime or wrongdoing.”

The media aide noted that the PDP “in one of its character traits of misinformation, shamelessly exhumed and republished an old video in which Ize-Iyamu was making a clarification of several allegations.”

He said those who watched the video, with no bias or malice, described Ize-Iyamu as an honest and upright man who tried to put facts in their proper perspective.

Mayaki accused PDP of turning a blind eye to reason and “embarked on a misguided mission to muddle things up”.

“Rather than achieve their desired damage, the video helped the public see the trajectory of this happenstance and the unscrupulous nature of the divided PDP.”

10 thoughts on “APC’s Ize-Iyamu reacts as PDP declares him unfit to succeed Obaseki

  1. The only thing he can do is not to take it personal but show with actions if he truly fits in

  2. Since he prefer to run after godfathers, he might not win the heart of the people. Make the guy chill

  3. whether he fit for the position or not let the people of Edo state decide for themselves

  4. the election in edo is a very tough one..but my money is on obaseki..for nw at least

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