Edo Govt React As DSS Operative Deny Shaibu Access To Obaseki In Church

Edo Govt React As DSS Operative Deny Shaibu Access To Obaseki In Church

The Edo Government has exonerated Governor Godwin Obaseki from the drama that happened between his deputy, Phillip Shaibu, and an operative of the Department of State Service (DSS) on Sunday.

Naija News reports that a mild drama occurred during a Thanksgiving Service to mark the 32nd anniversary of the creation of the state, held at the New Festival Hall of the Government House in Benin, the state capital.

During the service, a DSS operative prevented Shaibu from meeting with Obaseki, while the governor, who sat with his wife, looked on as the drama happened.

Reacting to the incident on Monday, the governor’s Chief Press Secretary, Andrew Okungbowa, said Obaseki was not aware that Shaibu was denied access to see him.

Okungbowa added that the governor was not aware of what the security aides were doing, stating that they were j doing their job.

He said: “Whatever happened at the church service was not at the behest of the governor, nor was he aware of what the security aides were doing.

“In fact, the security aides were doing their job. Besides, the governor was not aware that the deputy was coming to greet him.

“The church is a public event, so the security aides had a duty to safeguard their principal.”

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