Special Adviser Sarah Ajose-Adeogun Steps Down, Adding to Ongoing Political Strife

Special Adviser Sarah Ajose-Adeogun Steps Down, Adding to Ongoing Political Strife

Edo State Governor’s Special Adviser Resigns Amidst Speculations of Political Strife

In a notable development, Sarah Ajose-Adeogun, the Special Adviser to Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State on Strategy, Performance, and Project Monitoring, has tendered her resignation.

The announcement came through a post on her Facebook page, where she succinctly expressed, “I came, I saw, I conquered.”

Resignation Amidst Political Conflict: Ties to Ongoing Dispute?

Speculations abound that the resignation might be linked to the ongoing political conflict between Governor Obaseki and his Deputy, Philip Shaibu, particularly concerning the 2024 governorship election in Edo.

This move by Ajose-Adeogun follows closely on the heels of the resignation of Andrew Okungbowa, the former Chief Press Secretary to Governor Obaseki, just a little over a month ago.

Governorship Aspirant Denies Obaseki’s Backing: Independence and Ambition

As political tensions rise, the spotlight also turns to Asue Ighodalo, a governorship aspirant of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Edo.

Ighodalo, a former Chairman of Sterling Bank, recently declared his intention to contest in the Edo State Governorship Election.

In a recent appearance on Arise News, Ighodalo emphasized his independence, asserting that his ambition is not part of Governor Obaseki’s plan.

He clarified that Obaseki had not informed him of any third-term project and, as such, could not compel him into such an arrangement.

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