Obaseki’s deputy, Omobayo to operate from outside Govt House


The newly-inaugurated Deputy Governor of Edo State, Chief Godwins Omobayo, will still operate from an office outside the Government House, Benin, where the impeached Deputy Governor, Comrade Philip Shaibu, was pushed to by Governor Godwin Obaseki, some months before his Monday’s removal.

Omobayo, 37, an indigene of Ibilo in Akoko-Eko Local Government, in Edo North Senatorial District, and Labour Party’s (LP’s) House of Representatives candidate for Akoko-Edo constituency during the 2023 general election, but lost; immediately after his Monday’s inauguration, inspected the office being renovated.

The new deputy governor was accompanied by the permanent secretary in his office, while the renovation continued yesterday, and to last for some days, with Omobayo to live at the deputy governor’s official residence on Commercial Avenue in the Government Reservation Area (GRA), Benin, unlike Shaibu, who lived in his personal residence in the same GRA.

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