Edo’s Political Arena Ignites: Asue Ighodalo’s Consultation Blitz Hits Ekpoma, Promising A New Dawn For Women’s Empowerment!

Governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the September election, Dr Asue Ighodalo

Edo’s Political Arena Ignites: Asue Ighodalo’s Consultation Blitz Hits Ekpoma, Promising A New Dawn For Women’s Empowerment!

In the high-stakes battle for Edo’s future, Asue Ighodalo, the relentless PDP gubernatorial candidate, isn’t just making waves – he’s setting the political landscape ablaze.

 

His fiery determination to connect with every corner of the state has now led him to Ekpoma in Esan West LGA, marking a pivotal moment in the race.

Read: Edo Poll: APC Chieftain, Kinsley Topa Dumps Party, joins PDP, declares support for Ighodalo

As community leaders gathered, the air crackled with anticipation as Ighodalo, flanked by supporters, engaged in intense discussions about the pressing issues facing Edo. But it was his meeting with the formidable New Dawn Women, spearheaded by the indomitable grassroots mobilizer, Chief Stella Okoro, that truly electrified the scene.

In the middle of praises and chants for change, Ighodalo promised more than just words: a revolution. Women were guaranteed of their appropriate place in government, which is one of inclusivity, empowerment, and quality representation.

But beyond the promises lies a deeper transformation: the changing political narrative of Edo. As Ighodalo’s visits reverberate across the state, they’re rewriting the script of politics as usual. No longer are politicians distant figures on pedestals; they’re boots-on-the-ground champions, listening, engaging, and promising real change.

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In Ekpoma, as elsewhere, the winds of change are blowing, and Asue Ighodalo stands at the helm, steering Edo towards a new dawn of hope, progress, and empowerment for all.

Precious Adaeze Julius writes in from Benin City.

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