Odubu cautions voters against sale of PVC
Edo state Deputy Governor, Dr. Pius Odubu, has appealed to the electorate not to sell their Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs).
Odubu made the appeal when the All Progressives Congress (APC) took its campaign to Ugo, in Orhionmwon Local Council area.
He urged the people to appreciate the commitment of Governor Adams Oshiomhole by voting for the APC, which he said, has done so much for the area.
According to him, the single longest road constructed by the APC-led government was done in Orhionmwon.
Odubu, who contested in the governorship primary that picked Godwin Obaseki, said the party has a winning team, which needs the support of the people.
He dismissed the insinuation in some quarters that he was silently working for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
The deputy governor said he remains with the party, “body and soul.
We have been with this party this past eight years and with the party I remain.”
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