In News by stephen abiodun on the 24th, September, 2020

Edo election: Ize-Iyamu speaks on rumours of APC ‘forcing’ him to concede defeat

Edo election: Ize-Iyamu speaks on rumours of APC ‘forcing’ him to concede defeat

Candidate of the All Progressives Congress, APC, within the simply concluded governorship election in Edo State, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu, has debunked claims that he’s beneath stress from the APC leaders to simply accept defeat.

Ize-Iyamu, in a press release signed by his Director of Communication and Media, John Mayaki, referred to as on media homes to ignore such speculations.

Ize-Iyamu stated he was shocked after seeing reviews alleging he begged Governor Godwin Obaseki, candidate of the Peoples Democratic Occasion, PDP, to return to APC after the election.

The APC chieftain stated that whereas he was but to reply to the primary report, one other one emerged.

“I’ll restate that I by no means begged him to return after the election. I intentionally didn’t reply after I noticed all that hearsay on social media with individuals tagging me in them,” Mayaki stated in a press release to DAILY POST.

“Now I noticed one other report within the media stating that APC leaders are mounting stress on me to simply accept defeat.

“In all equity to the Nationwide management of my occasion, they by no means mounted any stress on me. So I’m wondering the place their supply acquired info from. The general public reposes numerous belief within the media for genuine info. What occurs when this belief is betrayed?”

On the subsequent step to take after the election, Ize-Iyamu maintained that he had not but made up his thoughts.

“I already tweeted that I’m finding out the consequence and consulting extensively on my subsequent line of motion. Speculative reporting should be condemned.”

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The previous governorship candidate stated that he’ll let his supporters know when he makes up his thoughts.

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