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Edo deputy governor Shaibu apologizes to Obaseki

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Edo deputy governor Shaibu apologizes to Obaseki



Edo State Deputy Governor Philip Shaibu has issued a heartfelt apology to his boss, Governor Godwin Obaseki, and sought forgiveness on Thursday in a move signaling a potential end to their long-lasting conflict.

The apology came following Shaibu’s investiture by the Catholic Men Organisation Nigeria.

Addressing journalists shortly after the investiture, Shaibu expressed his desire for reconciliation, asking Governor Obaseki to forgive and forget any past grievances.

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“I am a loyal servant, and nothing has changed,” Shaibu emphasized. “I took a vow to support my governor, and that is what I will do. As you can see, my Catholic people are here. I can only wish that the relationship we had will come back in the next few days and weeks.”

Shaibu assured that his dedication to the state and its development remained unwavering, saying, “I mean well. If there is any mistake I have made as a human, it is not out of wickedness because I know I’m not wicked. I have a very clean heart.”

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He continued by extending his plea for forgiveness to Governor Obaseki, stating, “I used this medium to appeal to Mr. Governor that if there is any mistake I have made or if there is anything that I have done that I am unaware of, he should please forgive me so that we can develop our state together.”

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Shaibu also confirmed that he had relocated to his new office in compliance with the governor’s directive, although he mentioned that there was still work to be done in his new workspace.

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