On claims that he was imposed on the people of Edo State, he stated that talks that he would be controlled by the current governor was unfair, as he had been part of the Edo revolution since 2009.
“I have been part of the Edo project to renew Edo State which had been run down by the previous administration. “Over the last seven and half years, the evidence is clear from what we have done – how we have rebuilt Edo State, how we have rebuilt infrastructure, rebuilt the educational system in the state and restored order, accountability and transparency on how government is run. “To talk about a remote control in an administration where I and my colleagues designed a blueprint for Governor Oshiomhole is not being fair. I am not going to be remote controlled,” he stressed.
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