My Sister Died Due To Bad Governance, I Must Turn Edo Around, Says Okpebholo

As Edo State prepares for the 2024 gubernatorial election slated for Saturday, September 21, one of the governorship candidates, Senator Monday Okpebholo, has said that the loss of his sister will propel him for good governance if elected.

Okpebholo, who is contesting under the All Progressives Party (APC) platform, claimed that his sister had died due to bad governance in the state.

Opening up about his personal tragedy that fuels his passionate commitment to delivering good governance, Senator Okpebholo said he has always been close to the heart of Edo’s people.

He insisted that his grassroots connections and genuine care have earned him the trust and admiration of many.

“Losing my sister was the hardest thing I’ve ever faced,” Senator Okpebholo shared. “It was a stark reminder of the consequences of ineffective governance and the urgent need for change.”

Senator Okpebholo’s campaign is driven by a deep-seated desire to ensure that no other family in Edo State suffers as his did. His vision for Edo is one of transformative governance that prioritises the well-being of every citizen.
“Good governance is about empathy, understanding the struggles of the people, and addressing them with compassion and dedication,” he emphasised. His commitment to making Edo great again is not just a political promise; it is a heartfelt pledge rooted in personal pain and an unwavering resolve to create a better future.

Senator Okpebholo said he desires an Edo State where access to quality healthcare, education, and opportunities is a right, not a privilege. He added that he aimed to foster an inclusive environment where every individual, regardless of their background, can thrive in the State.

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