Gov Obaseki talks tough, warns ‘unscrupulous’ politicians as Edo Assembly crisis intensifies

by on June 20, 2019

The Edo State Government has warned against what it perceived as an attempt by some assailants to cause violence in the state owing to the ongoing crisis at the state assembly.

The government said it will not pardon anyone or group of people caught in violent activities in the state.

The warning is contained in a statement by the state’s Commissioner for Communication and Orientation, Mr Paul Ohonbamu.

“The warning is coming in the wake of the emergence of a new leadership of the seventh Edo State House of Assembly, and to ensure that unscrupulous elements do not take matters into their hands to foment trouble in the state.

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“The state government will deploy all apparatus of the state to ensure that peace is maintained in the state; well-meaning, law-abiding citizens are assured a free space to go about their businesses without any hindrance.

“The Edo State Government is, by this notice, sending a strong warning to individuals and groups with the intention to cause violence in the state, to do away with any such thoughts.

“Any attempt to re-enact the era of violence will be met with the requisite response from the relevant apparatus of the state,” the statement read.

Meanwhile, the statement also warned parents to dissuade their children from engaging in any criminal act or work as agents of unscrupulous elements with intent to cause civil disturbances, warning that anyone caught, would face the full wrath of the law.

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“Edo State, under Governor Godwin Obaseki, is stable, as our shield stands guard and our sword stands ready,” it further warned.

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