Oshiomhole on Obaseki: Edo people have confidence in our performances
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Chairman of the National ruling party, All Progressive Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole, has dispelled fears that the ruling party may lose Edo State because of the crisis reaping the party apart.
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