Why Orhionmwon people neglected Hon. Patrick Aisowiren

The people of Orhionmwon in Edo State have explained why they neglected Rt. Hon. Patrick Aisowiren for his political miscalculation and what they describe as “greed”

 

According to their movement group called the “Orhionmwon Avengers”, “A leader is suppose to lead by example, full of selflessness and not selfish.”

 

The people have abandoned Hon. Patrick Aisowiren because he betrayed the embattled governor of Edo State, Godwin Obaseki.

 

“The former Apex leader of Orhionmwon Local Government, who is also the member representing Orhionmwon and Uhunmwode in federal house of representative, Rt. Hon. Patrick Aisowieren have betrayed Gov. Godwin Obaseki and Orhionmwon people.”

 

“One moral lesson you will find from this tale,” they continue, “is that the followers observed quickly that he was in for his personal business and interest, so they refused to follow him, except for his kitchen cabinet and today the song has since changed because the contestant he did it for, Pastor Osagie Ize Iyamu will be out of the contest tomorrow following the fact that he could not find his online membership document.”

 

“The big problem left for Hon. Aisowiren to answer is ‘How he tends to work with The other aspirant Rt. Hon. Pius Odubu who he has vowed never to work with in his life, after humiliating him because of Adams Oshiomhole in last political era.”

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“As we speak, his core loyalists including the Council Chairman who he brags with have all openly vowed and declared their support for Gov. Obaseki.”

 

“Truly, all that glitters are not gold. Rt. Hon. Patrick Aisowieren is actually on a confuse road now, will Obaseki forgive him, for this series of betrayal. A man who begs for leadership is not a good leader. You earn leadership and not by commanding it. Bye bye to the political miscalculation of Hon. Aisowieren.”

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