A Chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Etsako West Local Government area, Hon.Francis Izuagie,has congratulated Hon.Abdulganiyu Audu on his nomination as the running mate to Pastor Osagie Ize Iyamu in the September 19th polls.
In his congratulatory message to felicitate with the deputy governorship hopeful, Hon Francis Izuagie said the emergence of Hon.Gani Audu would asssist Pastor Ize Iyamu to fulfill his electioneering promises to the people of the state.
He asserted, that Hon.Gani Audu would bring his wealth of experience to bare to ensure that Ize Iyamu’s led administration meets the yeanings and aspirations of the people.
Hon.Francis Izuagie, commended the leadership of the party for the choice of Hon.Gani Audu as the deputy govenorship candidate.
He called on Edo North People to rally round Pastor Osagie Ize Iyamu and Hon. Gani Audu to deliver the duo at the general elections.
He maintained, that the combination of Pastor Ize Iyamu and Hon.Audu respectively marks the beginning of a new dawn in the annals of the state.
The APC Chieftain, called on the People of the state to double their efforts in the campaigns that have already started to deliver the govenorship candidate and his deputy at the polls.
He enjoined the party members and the electorate to work assidiously towards the victory of Pastor Ize Iyamu and Hon.Audu to provide democracy dividends to the people of the state.
Izuagie, who was a former state Vice Chairman of Action Democratic Party (ADP), urged the leaders and members of the party to close ranks to be able to give Victory to the party .
The APC Chieftain commending the Party’s leadership for the Christian/ Muslim ticket and for considering Etsako West for the deputy governorship slot as a mark of respect for the former National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Adams Oshiomhole and urged them to vote enmasse for Pastor Ize Iyamu and Hon.Gani Audu
Hon.Gani Audu, was a former Chairman of Etsako West local government Council and Edo State House of Assembly member elect.