Abuja - Former Foreign Affairs Minister Tom Ikimi has disclosed how Governor Adams Oshiomhole and former President Goodluck Jonathan has reached a pact that ensured the former's victory in the 2012 Edo governorship election, Naij reports.
According to Ikimi, Oshiomhole and Jonathan had agreed to create a level-playing field following Adams' underlying rejection from the All Progressives Congress (APC).
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Ikimi has stated that Oshiomhole would not have become Governor had it not been for the intervention of then-President Jonathan, who demanded a level playing field for the elections.
“It was myself and Pastor Ize-Iyamu that took Oshiomhole to former President Jonathan to beg him to provide a level playing field.”
“Jonathan supported us. Oshiomhole won not because he was brilliant, but he has paid us in band coin,” Ikimi revealed, according to Daily Post.
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