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Edo: Oshiomhole’s ally leaves Obaseki government

Edo: Oshiomhole’s ally leaves Obaseki government

Previous Speaker of the Edo State House of Assembly and Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of Governing Council of Tayo Akpata University of Education, Thomas Okosun, has left Governor Godwin Obaseki-drove government.

His acquiescence as director of the committee was contained in a letter to the representative.

The letter by Okosun, a partner of previous Governor Adams Oshiomhole, is viewed as political in the midst of the supposed no lost love between the National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and Obaseki.

Okosun deplored claimed disregard of the college, which was set up by the previous organization of Comrade Adams Oshiomhole.

He clarified that his choice was to empower him center around other “significant individual issues for the present as the college, lamentably, has not taken off as before conceived”.

“Give me a chance to utilize this chance to express gratitude toward Comrade Adams Oshiomhole who offered me the arrangement and your modest self for enabling me to proceed in office since you accepted office on November 12, 2016.”

Oshiomhole had updated the then College of Education to a college.

In any case, the organization has not started exercises since Obaseki moved toward becoming a senator.