Edo State Governor vows not leave empty treasury for successor

Governor Adams Oshiomhole has  about 365 days left in his second tenure for he will make way for a successor

Adams Oshiomhole

Edo State Governor Adams Oshiomhole has vowed not leave an empty treasury for for his successor.

The Governor has  about 365 days left in his second tenure for he will make way for a successor.

The former Labour leader has vowed that he will leave Edo State in a strong financial state and also complete all on-going projects as well as initiate new ones before the expiration of his tenure.

The Edo sate Governor also reacted to the Wednesday, November 11 swearingof President Muhammadu Buhari's minsters calling them 'worthy'.

He also reacted to former Governor Lucky Igbinedion advertorial asking him to identify one industry built in the past seven years of his administration.

He said he never promised to build any industry but to create atmosphere for private initiatives to thrive.

He stated that the Azura Power plant, bamboo factory at Anegbette, reviving of the Okpella Cement Factory is all products of investments in infrastructures.

Oshiomhole further added that his government’s investment in Information and Communication Technology helped in flushing out ghost workers and prevented dead persons from collecting pension and gratuities.

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