The Governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki, has said there is no hostility among him and Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, for the September 19 election
Obaseki clarified that he deals with the APC up-and-comer like his more youthful sibling and he (Ize-Iyamu) responds with deference like unto a senior sibling.
The current Governor talked at the palace of the Oba of Benin, Ewuare II, on Wednesday when key political players accumulated for a harmony meeting.
Oba Ewuare II gathered the gathering to end the savagery in the state saw during effort rallies.
Obaseki asserted he had never and would avoid any political race brutality as the central security official of the state.
“In reality, the point I’ll make, Your Highness, is that I’m acting in two limits: as the main security official of the State as the current Governor and as a competitor. I believe it’s significant that I make that partition, he said.
“That is the reason I’m underlining that as the main security official and occupant, I promised to a vow and I don’t have any issue with pledges to that vow to my God that I won’t partake, I’ve never partaken, I’ll never take an interest in viciousness especially when it influences the individuals I’m administering.
“I’ll never. I’ve never. Let it additionally be on record that I have no issue at all with my sibling, Osagie Ize-Iyamu. We are challenging for a similar position yet we have no close to home hostility between us.
“I deal with him like my more youthful sibling and he regards me. He gives me my regard and that is the relationship we appreciate. Thus, Your Highness, I simply needed to come to that meaningful conclusion.”