OBASEKI: WE LEFT APC FOR HIM, WE CANT STEPDOWN FOR HIM IN PDP AGAIN
One of the three PDP aspirants who will contest the party’s ticket with Obaseki, Mr. Kenneth Imasuangbon, on weekend, agreed with the views of the aggrieved stakeholders and vowed not to step down for Obaseki
Imasuangbon, who lost the 2016 APC ticket to Obaseki, told Vanguard on phone: “I cannot step down for Obaseki, he should be the one to step down for me.
I am not going to step down for anybody. We have concluded congress before Obaseki came in to join us
The action by those calling for a step down must be condemned by all; it is wicked and undemocratic. The military can’t do this; we don’t have democracy in Nigeria, what we have is autocracy.
There is no morality in all this. He (Obaseki) can’t push my dream of 16 years away. Thank God for the position of Benin monarch, Oba Ewuare II, who said he needs peace to prevail and that there should be no godfatherism.
“It is not about pressure but about doing the right thing in line with the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, due process and the Electoral Act
According to him: “It is disappointing and a big shame in Edo state and the entire nation and it portends danger for the country and the party.
Nigerians should rise up against what is happening, we are not in the jungle, it is no do or die affair but about the process. It is totally unacceptable