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Edo, too rich to be poor, Ize-Iyamu laments



Edo, too rich to be poor, Ize-Iyamu laments
Governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the forthcoming election in Edo state, Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu has lamented that the state is too rich to be in such a poor state that it finds itself today.
The governorship hopeful also blamed the present administration in the state for the pitiable situation, pointing out, that the government specialized in wealth consumption at the detriment of wealth creation.
Ize-Iyamu spoke at an interactive session and dinner ‎with friends over the weekend in Lagos, organized by the Forum for POI (Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu).
Speaking further, he assured that “My agenda is to make Edo better than I found it”, even as he explained that such would be achieved using what he described as his ‘SIMPLE Agenda’.
“‎When you make declarations, it should be measurable by the people and achievable”, he said.
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Ize-Iyamu explained that under his SIMPLE Agenda, he would make the Edo environment an enabling one for businesses to invest and thrive again, thus increasing the IGR of the state.
He also explained that the agenda is clear on synergizing with individuals using the Public Private Partnership (PPP) model to transform Edo into the future it deserves.
His words, “We have the human resources who are well established nationwide and in Diaspora. We will tap and harness these resources for the ‎sporadic growth and development of the state.

Edo, too rich to be poor, Ize-Iyamu laments






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