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Governor Obaseki allegedly buys 2 fairly used buses to transport Edo workers

Governor Obaseki allegedly buys 2 fairly used buses to transport Edo workers

- Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo state has many hurdles to scale as a newbie in politics

- The governor seems to be unpopular among a section of the state's citizenry

- A resident of the state, Ogbeide Ifaluyi-Isibor, has accused the governor of buying two fairly used buses for the state workers

An Edo state resident, Ogbeide Ifaluyi-Isibor, has accused Governor Godwin Obaseki of failing to address the transportation challenges in the state.

Ifaluyi-Isibor took to his Facebook page on Tuesday, June 27, to slam the governor for his alleged move to address the situation.

Ifaluyi-Isibor shared the photos of two buses with some people trying to enter the bus with a caption: “The noiseless governor has done it again. He's purchased 2 fairly used buses to meet the needs of over 2.5million commuters in Edo state.There are somethings to be ashamed of.”

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Governor Obaseki reportedly buys 2 fairly used buses to transport Edo workers

The pictures were shared by Ifaluyi-Isibor on Edo Political Forum Facebook page

NAIJ.com cannot verify the authenticity of the photos.

NAIJ.com checks also reveal that Ifaluyi Isibor is a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Edo state.

His father, Ifaluyi Isibor is a former member of the House of Representatives under the PDP.

Isibor's post drew the ire of many of commentators on Edo Political Forum Facebook group page, where he posted the pictures.

He however took his time to delete all the negative comments against him.

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Meanwhile, a coalition of progressive political groups and civil societies in Taraba state have accused Governor Darius Dickson Ishaku of wasting N130billion in the last two years.

The group was responding to the series of achievements reeled out in celebrating Governor Ishaku's two years anniversary.

They stated that the governor cannot account judiciously for the over N150 billion received by his administration.

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