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Edo PDP caucus prays for Anenih son’s success

Short of an outright endorsement, the leadership caucus of the Peoples Democratic Party in the Edo Central Senatorial District has prayed for the success of House of Representatives aspirant, Ose Anenih, ahead of the party’s primaries.

Ose, the son of the former Chairman, PDP Board of Trustee, Late Chief Tony Anenih, had taken his consultations and electoral plan to the Senatorial leaders after obtaining the party’s nomination form to run for the House of Representatives seat.

The caucus, however, regretted that their neutrality status had precluded them from openly endorsing any aspirant but noted that the aspirant’s presentation and demeanour had more than convinced them of his readiness to give the people of the zone a quality representation.

The Edo Central Senatorial leaders, led by Arch Bishop Anthony Okosun, praised the aspirant for his humility and respect for the caucus, noting that he was the only House of Representatives aspirant to have visited them to outline his plans.

The businessman and politician had promised to use the influence of the seat in the National Assembly to address the acute and perennial water problem facing the constituency and bring a new idea to security surveillance, among others.

The caucus described the frontline aspirant as exceptionally qualified to represent the people of Esan North-East/Esan South-East Federal Constituency and prayed for his success at the primaries.

In his reaction after the meeting, the aspirant said that, “We are overwhelmed by the warm reception my campaign team led by Bishop Luckison Ibadin, Dr Francis Igberase, George Anetor and Wilson Ibhawa, and I received from the Senatorial Executives.

“Our discussions on the importance of refining our great party’s candidate selection process were illuminating and fruitful, and I am humbled by the grace and prayers they extended to me.

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“The House of Representatives seat covers more than one LGA, and we, therefore, believe it is a senatorial affair.

“I encourage my fellow aspirants also to visit the Senatorial leadership, as I believe the robustness of their interrogation by Arch. Bishop Okosun and his executive will ultimately improve, not just the individual aspirants, but the race itself,” said Ose Anenih.

Also in attendance at the meeting were the Esan South-East Local Government Area chairman, Lawrence Odiase, the Esan North-East Local Government Area chairman, Clifford Inegbedion, and the Senatorial Secretary, Barr. Ogedengbe.

Others are the Assistant State Treasurer, Dr Israel Aguele; the State Treasurer, Caesar Ehilebodiaye; the Igueben Local Government Area hairman, Liberty Ogbae; the Assistant State Legal Adviser, Barr. Itua, and a State ex-officio, Dr Olu Ayewor.

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