Edo 2024: Shaibu no longer effective in making positive impact in Edo Politics  — Omorodion

Edo State Deputy Governor, Comrade Philip Shaibu

Edo 2024: Shaibu no longer effective in making positive impact in Edo Politics  — Omorodion

The Director of Media for Asue Ighodalo and Osarodion Ogie’s Diaspora Support Movement, United Kingdom branch, Mr. Omorodion Kadiri, has says former Deputy Governor in Edo State, Philip Shaibu, has lost influence and is no longer effective in making a positive impact.

Kadiri who described Shaibu as a political liability, whose actions or words are now harmful to his new political direction or cause, and his presence may even be seen as a hindrance to progress.

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The impeached Deputy Governor have decline in popularity, controversial actions, or a shift in public opinion will definitely consume him.

He noted that Philip Shaibu, the impeached Deputy Governor of Edo State has lost his political relevance after his impeachment last month by the State House of Assembly.

Mr. Omorodion said Philip Shaibu has been a political liability to Governor Godwin Obaseki having lost all the elections conducted in his polling unit, ward, local government area, the entire three Etsako local government areas, as well as the six local government areas of Edo North Senatorial District since he betrayed and parted ways with his benefactor, Senator Adams Oshiomhole.

“The recent claims that Philip Shaibu is still causing troubles for Governor Obaseki and his team are nothing but a desperate attempt to distract voters from the real issues. Shaibu’s impeachment and replacement by Mr. Marvelous Omobayo Godwin as Deputy Governor put an end to his controversial tenure.

Dr. Asue Ighodalo (PDP)
Dr. Asue Ighodalo (PDP)

With the election just around the corner on September 21st, 2024, it’s time to focus on the future of Edo State. Barrister Asue Ighodalo and Barrister Osarodion Ogie offer a fresh vision for the state’s progress, and their candidacy represents a new chapter in Edo’s political history.

“It’s time to prioritize constructive dialogue and work towards the betterment of our state, rather than spreading misinformation and fueling unnecessary political tensions by giving relevance to people like Philip Shaibu who has lost his political deposits”

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“Let’s move beyond the distractions and vote for a better tomorrow. The people of Edo State deserve a government that prioritizes their needs and works towards a brighter future”, Mr. Omorodion Kadiri quipped.

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