Governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki, has vowed to deal decisively with Adams Oshiomhole, who he described as the suspended National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, if he continues to “disrupt the activities of the party in the state”.
The visibly angry governor gave the warning in a video on Wednesday while addressing a gathering of APC members.
He said, “In one of our national meetings, the president (Muhammadu Buhari) said go and build the party from the base, from the ward and that is what we are doing.
“Anybody who cannot comply with the party structure has to leave.
“We are warning the suspended national chairman, if he continues with his activities in Edo State, I will show him that I am the Governor of Edo State.
“While he was governor, he will not tolerate a fraction of the misdemeanour and misbehaviour he is undertaking today.
“I have declared that if Oshiomhole comes here to Edo to say he wants to disrupt the activities of the state or the party, we will deal with him the way we know how best to do it.”
Obaseki, who is seeking a second tenure in office has been at loggerheads with his predecessor.