I Won My Votes On Merit, Oshimhole Reminds Edo PDP

Governor Adams Oshiomhole has said that he was ready to face
the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in the 2016 governorship election, noting
that the PDP’s attempt to play politics with lives of victims of the Boko Haram
at the camp in Edo State will not give them victory in 2016.
Oshiomhole who was reacting to insinuations that his
administration was behind the botched attempt to relocate the victims and
comments made by some PDP leaders who visited the camp, also warned the media
not to spread falsehood capable of destroying the nation, admonishing all
Nigerians to join hands with President Muhammadu Buhari to
stop the insurgency and insecurity in some parts of the country.

Speaking after visiting the Internally Displaced Persons
camp in Edo State, he said “I am not a desperate politician, I earned my votes,
I don’t steal votes. My people love me, I am not desperate, I don’t need to
blackmail somebody to win votes. I won my votes on merit and I will do my best
any day. I tell people that I am not one of those governors, who make decisions
because election is at the corner, no, I make decisions when I am convinced.

“And you know when somebody talked about the camp, I said I
will need to know first who is in that camp. I am not looking for camera
opportunity. My conscience is clear. When I am convinced I take action. So if
the PDP wants to play politics with the lives of the children that is their
business, I will be ready for them in 2016.”

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