The Chairman of the Godwin Obaseki re-run project, Chief Nathaniel Momoh has charged the eighteen LGA Co-ordinators here in Abuja to work in harmony with state local government co-ordinators and ward officials at home for the return of Godwin Obaseki in the forthcoming Edo state gubernatorial election.
Momoh who stated this during the maiden meeting of the Zonal Co-ordinators and the eighteen LGA co-ordinators at it’s secretariat in Guzape District of Abuja, said the event was called to map out strategies, intimate co-ordinators, zonal co-ordinators, stakeholders as well set up various committees that will carry out necessary plans for Godwin Obaseki re-run project.
He said co-ordinators will be mobilise to Edo state to work with state local government co-ordinators and ward officials at the grassroot level to achieve the primary aims and objectives of the governor’s mandate.
He said Obaseki has performed beautifully well in his first tenure as governor of Edo State and we need to all come together to work for his re-election by mobilising Edo sons and daughters resident in Abuja and in the State with strategies and structures without confrontations.
“We must strategise and be fully on ground both in the FCT and at our various local governments at home. Our primary responsibility is to ensure that we all get Edo Sons and Daughters to vote for Governor Godwin Obaseki.
“Let’s me tell you, I might not be the best person here to lead but somebody must lead others that was what prompted me to this ideas.
“We must educate our people in the languages they will understand because the vote of our people for Obaseki must count, we will see how to help our people in relocating their voter cards to their various polling centre to have the require numbers,” Chief enthused.
Speaking earlier, Edo North Senatorial Co-ordinator who doubles as moderator of the meeting, Barr. Peter Dokpesi commended Chief Momoh for providing a befitting edifice to be use as secretariat for the project and urged the co-ordinators to liaise with their various state co-ordinators and wards officials for the re-run mandate.
Also speaking at the event, Edo Central Senatorial co-ordinator, Engr Emmanuel Obibhunun said the co-ordinators were carefully selected for the project with integrity and good characters, he implored them not to consider the position as avenue to make money but rather to serve for the development of the state as well betterment of all.
The high-light of the meeting was constitution of three Standing Committees which include, media and publicity committee; contact and mobilisation committee; research and development committee.