Oshiomhole Vows To Bequeath New Legacies

Edo state governor, Adams Oshiomhole, has pledged to bequeath new legacies to the state as he begins his second term in office, saying that he dreams of a state that would have strong institutional framework to sustain good governance.

He stated this at a reception organized by Etsako Citizens Club in honour of prominent persons from the area including the governor’s immediate past Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Simon Imuekheme.

Represented by the Head of Service, Princess IneEkhiowa, the governor said politics is about service to the people just as he commended the people for their support.

“Thank you for your massive support during my re-election quest that brought me back. You were one of those who made it possible for us to have 18 over 18. I also thank you for the support through the court cases that were decided recently. I need your support so that in the next four years, Edo state will be at its maximum best and we shall all say that we came, we saw and we conquered.”

Speaking to journalists later, Imuekheme commended the club for honouring him, describing Oshiomhole as a material for national reform.

“I have often said that Adams AliyuOshiomhole is a good product.

A good product markets itself and as a son of Afenmai, I believe that he deserves the support of our people for him to be able to carry on the developmental programmes he has started in Edo state and at the end of the day, his services is not only required in Edo state, it is also required across the country because we need men of the quality of Adams to change the fortunes of this country.