THE build-up to the July 14, 2012 governorship polls in Edo State took a messier dimension at the weekend when Governor Adams Oshiomhole accused the Minister of Works, Mr. Mike Onolememen of resorting to a verbal war over projects executed by the latter.
While Oshiomhole accused the minister of misleading the Federal Executive Council (FEC) into awarding a N2.6 billion contract for a non-existing road in Uromi, the minister said the governor was playing politics with a project that was initiated ...
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Added June 10, 2012
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