CRPP Urges Obaseki to Distribute Federal Government Palliatives

CRPP Urges Obaseki to Distribute Federal Government Palliatives

The Chairman of the Coalition of Registered Political Parties (CRPP) in Edo State, Samson Isibor, has urged Governor Godwin Obaseki to release Federal Government food palliatives to address severe hunger among the state’s people.

Isibor made the plea during an awards ceremony honoring individuals who’ve significantly contributed to Edo State’s socio-economic growth, especially aiding the less privileged. The CRPP also called on the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) to scrutinize private broadcasting stations acting as opposition parties.

These stations, the CRPP stated, propagate hate speech and incite the populace against the federal government for personal gain. Isibor emphasized that the NBC should identify and sanction such stations to prevent the suffering of the people and ensure cooperation between the state and federal government.

Regarding the reported conflict between Governor Obaseki and his deputy, Comrade Philip Shaibu, the CRPP urged the governor to allow Shaibu the freedom to contest elections. The coalition emphasized that every interested individual, including Shaibu, has the constitutional right to run for office.

During the awards ceremony, distinguished personalities like Dr. Osahon Enabulele, Rev. Fr. Andrew Obinyan, Hon. Anemero Dekeri, and Senator Monday Okpebholo were honored for their contributions to the state’s development.


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