Chief Francis Inegbeneki
Chief Francis Inegbeneki

THE people of Edo Central Senatorial District have been enjoined to shun politics of deceit and embrace the wind of change which the All Progressive Congress (APC symbolises.
APC senatorial candidate for Edo Central, Chief Francis Inegbeneki made the call in a chat with newsmen in Benin City.
Chief Inegbeneki who is the Uzoya of Esanland, declared that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had ran the politics of deceit for long, adding that the people of Esan land are wiser now.
“The Esan people are now able to differentiate light from darkness; they have come to rcognised the difference between a performer and a non-performer.
They are now able to differentiate that some persons can deceive the people for a very long time, whereas one person can come by an act of God and bring the long-awaited miracle.
“The people of Esan land have been able to differenciate 10 years of PDP’s misrule and six years of Oshiomhole’s governance.
“They are now seeing red roofs all over the schools in Esan land which are comparable to schools across the world. My people can see that there is actually money to develop the state, and right now, the people of Esan land are ready to say bye-bye to the PDP.
“I am sure that is why they have chosen me as the apostle of change to carry out that change they so desperately need in Esan land.”
Chief Inegbeneki who noted that his choice as the APC senatorial flagbearer was predicated on his close affinity with the people as a grassroots politicians who has done a lot for Esan land, called on the electorate in the senatorial district not to be intimidated by the PDP’s money politics in the February 14, 2015 general elections.
“If they bring money to your house, take the money but don’t sell your conscience.  On February 14, 2015, let us vote them away. The clarion call is let us vote away insecurity, let us vote corruption away from this country.
It is time for change, my people must embrace changed and that change must come to Esan land,” Chief Inegbeneki declared.