Shaibu says Oshiomole remains his Father despite differences

Shaibu says Oshiomole remains his Father despite differences

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Shaibu says Oshiomole remains his Father despite differences

Philip Shaibu

Shaibu says Oshiomole remains his Father despite differences. The Deputy Governor of Edo State, Philip Shaibu, has apologized for comments he made against a previous governor of the state, Adams Oshiomhole, during the former governor’s debate with Governor Godwin Obaseki.

Shaibu, who mentioned this on a TVC program on Monday, also claimed that despite their political differences, Oshiomhole is still his father.

During the schism between Obaseki and Oshiomhole, Shaibu supported Obaseki over Oshiomhole, claiming that the previous governor was acting as godfather while they both never permitted such a thing to happen in Edo State.

However, Oshiomhole and Obaseki, who have recently been seen at state functions together, appear to have reconciled their disagreements.

Shaibu, who had a falling out with his employer over his gubernatorial ambition, claimed on Monday that his desire to succeed his principal, Obaseki, stemmed from a divine conviction to serve the state and return governance to the people.

He went on to say, “I express remorse over my choice of words against Comrade Adams Oshiomhole in times past and I insist that the former governor, now a Senator at the National Assembly, remains my father despite our political differences.”

Shaibu, who spoke about a variety of themes, including his political ambition, the disagreement between him and Obaseki, governance, and security, among others, indicated that his desire to succeed Obaseki is motivated by a divine purpose to move Edo State to the next level.

“Yes, I want to be the next Governor of Edo State not because I am Philip Shaibu, but because it is my constitutional right,” he continued. Before officially declaring my intention to run for office, I sought advice from a wide range of individuals and organizations both within and outside of Edo State.

“I also went into prayer to seek God’s guidance and direction.” The signs I got encouraged me to pursue my ambition, even if it was clear that the Governor had other ideas.”

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