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Idahosa unveils The Fall of The Last Godfather in Edo


Former Edo State Commissioner for Information, Charles Idahosa, yesterday, unveiled a book titled: The Fall Of The Last Godfather, which chronicles activities that heralded the September 19, 2020 governorship election in the state.

He said he had expended his intellectual energy with different media houses and journalists canvassing, defending, rationalising and supporting Governor Godwin Obaseki’s second term bid to govern Edo State.


Briefing newsmen in Benin City on the publication, he said: “The essence of this little but mighty book is probably to make it the last of such fights or to remind other godfathers that they never end well, because they are profoundly immoral, iniquitous and ignoble.”

He pointed out that fights between godfathers and godsons were usually caused by sundry reasons, including, but not limited to greed, selfishness and insatiable desire for exclusive control of the public treasury and political patronage.

According to Idahosa, who also served as political adviser to former Governor Adams Oshiomhole, said the book was available in leading bookshops across the country, as well as in the Abuja, Benin, Lagos and Port Harcourt airports.


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