The new Edo State Deputy Chairman of all Progressive Congress, (APC) Mr Jarret Tenebe Receive Afemai Advocate for Development Initiative.
The socio-political group, whose membership cut acros the sixty four wards in Edo North visited him in his country home at ikabigbo uzairue.
The group was led by it’s National President, Comrade Adams Mumin who said they came to congratulate Mr Tenebe as the new APC State Deputy Chairman
Describing him, Comrade Mumin said Tenebe is a round peg in a round hole who is coming to add more value to the ruling party in the state.
The president further said, ”the name Jarret is an household name in the political history of Edo North, State and Nigeria at large” thus appreciating the home coming of the Political General.
Other members of the body eulogised the personality of the man called Jarret (popularly called Emperor by his political friends and associate).
Also Speaking, Mr Jabiru Giwa, the Etsako west coordinator describe the deputy Chairman as an advocate of the youth who has overtime passionately assisted and sponsored several youths to grow politically, socially and otherwise.
Responding, Tenebe thanked the body for the visit and promised to use his office to achieved the needed progress for making the party great.
He admonished the youths to see loyalty and obedience as sole ingredient of political, social and economicy prosperity and urged the youths never to bit the finger that once fed them.
Speaking further, Mr Tenebe said the possibility of defeating the main opposition party (PDP) in the forth coming gubernatorial election is very high and he described PDP as an “empty shell” with no electoral acceptability since the major actors have all defected to APC.
He further admonished the youths to shun violence or any act that could bridge the law and order of public peace before, during and after the election. Asking them to observe to rules and guidelines of the National Center for Decease Control (NCDC) on covid-19.
Those in company of the deputy chairman includes Mr Nicholas Sam-Sedi and Engr. Dirisu Fatai.