Group Pledges Support for Prince Clem Agba

Zibiri Mohammed regarded it as a commendable job

A political support group under the auspices of Clem Agba Media Forum visited the Edo North Campaign Office of Prince Clem Agba to pledge its support for Prince Clem Agba and officially register with the Campaign Organization on Wednesday.

The group, led by Basil John Aigbudumeh, was received on behalf of Prince Clem Agba and the Campaign Organization by Hon Zibiri Mohammed.

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Basil John Aigbudumeh stated that the group, with a membership base of over 2,500, is self-sponsored and committed to working assiduously for the realization of Prince Clem Agba as the governorship candidate of APC and, subsequently, the elected Governor of Edo State.

He further added that the group is spread across the 3 Senatorial Districts in Edo State, with a Coordinator in each of the Districts.

He also said that the past performances of Prince Clem Agba and his excellent character and capacity are some of the things that have endeared him to the group.

In response to this, Zibiri Mohammed thanked the group for volunteering to engage in the mobilization of support for Prince Clem Agba’s 2024 governorship project.

Zibiri noted that the group had taken the best decision to throw its weight behind Prince Clem Agba as the most viable and visible candidate for the forthcoming APC Primary election and the gubernatorial election.

He further extolled the virtues and qualities of Prince Clem Agba that make him the best choice for APC and Edo people.

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He also used the opportunity to congratulate the group for being the first major Support Group to officially register to work with the campaign organization for the realization of the PCA project.

Basil John Aigbudumeh also called out all the deeds of Prince Clem Ikanada Agba and urged all the people to support him (the immediate past Honourable Minister of State, Budget and National Planning) in the quest of becoming the next democratically elected Governor of Edo State come 2024.

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