Nigeria 2015: We Must Change The Face Of Our Politics, Says Oshiomhole

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Adams OshiomholeGovernor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo has urged politicians in the country to change their attitude and work for the good of the country ahead of the 2015 general elections.

Addressing All Progressive Congress, APC, supporters at a rally in Fugar, Etsako Central Local Government of the state on Sunday, Mr. Oshiomhole said that it was imperative for the political class to adopt better attitude in their activities.

“We must change the face of our politics and we must rebuild the future by laying good foundation”, he said.

The governor assured aspirants to various elective positions of a level-playing field during the party primaries, and pleaded that those who would emerge as candidates from the process should be supported by others.

“I am happy to see many posters, but remember that there is only person that would contest in each of the various positions.

“It is turn by turn; at the party’s primaries it is only one person that will emerge and we must please, support whoever emerges”, he said.

He promised that his administration would continue to deploy resources for the development of the state, assuring that that in the remaining years of his administration, the government would provide massive infrastructure.

Earlier, Charlton Mogaji, the Deputy Chairman of the party in the state, said that the rally was to sensitise the people and let them to know aspirants who would be involved in the party’s primaries.

(NAN)

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