Over 60% of Nigerian immigrants are from Edo state, says Gov Obaseki
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Over 60 percent of Nigerian emigrants are from Edo state, says Gov Obaseki
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Godwin Obaseki is a Nigerian politician and businessman, who is currently serving as the Executive Governor of Edo State. He was sworn in as the governor on 12 November 2016. He was the Chairman of the Edo State Economic and Strategy Team inaugurated by former Governor Adams Oshiomole in March 2009.
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