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Adams Oshiomole
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Position: Former governor of Edo State

Status: Out of Office

Adams Aliyu Oshiomhole (born 4 April 1953) is a labor leader who ran for Governor of Edo State in Nigeria in April 2007 on the Action Congress (AC) platform. The election was flawed. Oserheimen Osunbor of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) was initially declared the winner, but after appeals Oshiomhole assumed office on 12 November 2008.[1] Oshiomhole was formerly president of the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC), and was prominent as the leader of a campaign of...

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Scandalous
It couldn't have been raining nonstop...

Adams Oshiomole
Rains Disturbed Edo For Seven Years, That’s Why We Didn’t Build Roads

Rains Disturbed Edo For Seven Years, That’s Why We Didn’t Build Roads While speaking on the state of roads in the state especially Benin City,the governor promised mass rehabilitation of roads... read more

Scandalous
Very insensitive and unfair statement. Inexcusable!!...

Adams Oshiomole
You're a widow, go and die

You're a widow, go and die. This was directed at a widow by the Edo state governor. read more

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The same INEC announced a result...

Adams Oshiomole
I Am Disappointed In Jega

The governor maintained: “Prof. Jega and INEC have been an embarrassment to the nation. I am in shock at all the arrangement they have made sensitising the people. I told them... read more

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Ideally, the governor of any state...

Adams Oshiomole
Whether Anenih likes it or not, I am the chief security officer of Edo State

Whether Anenih likes it or not, I am the chief security officer of Edo State. I can restrict his movement in this state if he becomes a security risk. I can... read more


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