Let Capt Hosa Okunbo Have His Peace, says Bini Coalition Movement (BCM)

Capt. Hosa Okunbo is an illustrious Bini son who has a very humble beginning. Over the years, he has been able to carve a niche himself without blemish for through genuine businesses and philanthropic gestures.

It is sad to note that some persons of questionable character have continued to drag the name of this noble personality into Edo Politics, and many times, he has come out to condemn allegations of partisan politicking.

It is imperative bring abreast to the public that Capt. Hosa Okunbor cannot play sentimental politics and he sees every contestant in the coming gubernatorial election as his friend and brother, and that even in a family there are also the good, the bad and ugly.

So, Capt Hosa’s name should not be dragged in the mud by wicked and unscrupulous elements into a situation where he can’t be free to exercise his fundamental human rights of who to vote for or support in the forthcoming elections in Edo State.

We the above named association want to condemn such absurdity and malicious allegations against our beloved Edo son and therefore insist that these people of questionable characters should henceforth desist from dragging him into Edo politics and persistent negative attacks.

The general public should please take note and disregard all negative attacks bent on discrediting his personality which he laboured tirelessly over the years to build.

We urge and encourage Capt. Hosa Okunbor not to relent or be distracted in his vision of actualising Greater Edo.

Oba a tor kpe e!.. Ise!!

Bini Coalition Movement (BCM)

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