When the circle keeps turning round and round we get us to the game and interest becomes lost, that was the case of the today’s APC primary election, as was expected and predicted by many on watchers Osagie Ize-Iyamu has emerged the Edo state APC Governorship candidate after the Direct primary conducted today in the State.

Senator Hope Uzodinma the Chairman of the Election Committee announced Ize-Iyamu as winner after the primary was concluded. He said Ize-Iyamu pulled a total of 27,838 votes to defeat Dr. Pius Odubu who scored 3,776 and Osaro Obazee who got 2,751 votes.

Ize-Iyamu is the preferred candidate of suspended National Chairman of the party, Adams Oshiomole.

With what is going on in our political landscape, one wonder the kind of people we have as politicians, where party discipline and ideology is trashed and trampled upon at will, how can a nation develop when politicians lack focus and is not guided by any principle of development but that of self-interest both PDP and APC are guilty. Politicians put themselves first people the people there self, Nigeria has lost it place in the committee of nations due to this unholy practice of our politicians.

Ghana of resent demolished the Nigerian high commission quarters and tag it, unknown people destroyed and later claimed the place was under construction, which source from the commission refute.

Diplomatically that is an attack of aggression on the Nigerian State, an act of war on the Nigerian nation. But can you really blame them, when we have leaders who treat it citizens as an enemy what do you expect, what was the reaction of the present government to the actions the Ghanaian government, something we still await to see from the Buhari led government, will this go away like the attacks on Nigerian citizens in South Africa and same Ghana, Nigerians have become an endangered species in other African Nations under the present administration.

our leaders must rise and defend the Nigerian State as there should and have respect and love for their citizens and stop seeing us as the enemy