Osagie Ize-Iyamu, the All Progressives Congress Party (APC) governorship up-and-comer in Edo State, has denounced the most recent remark against him by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).
Reviewing remarks by Ize-Iyamu and expelled APC national director, Adams Oshiomhole, the PDP announced that the flagbearer was unfit to succeed Governor Godwin Obaseki.
Ize-Iyamu depicted the situation as vacant, revisionist, and a story to misleadingly test the knowledge of Edo individuals.
An announcement on Tuesday by his crusade representative, John Mayaki, said PDP was participating in conscious conflation of realities.
He said the PDP wound realities and distorted happenings of yesteryears to resemble an ongoing occurring.
Mayaki stated that there was no interview or confession to any crime or wrongdoing.”
The media aide noted that the PDP “in one of its character traits of misinformation, shamelessly exhumed and republished an old video in which Ize-Iyamu was making a clarification of several allegations.”
He said the individuals who viewed the video, with no inclination or perniciousness, depicted Ize-Iyamu as a legit and upstanding man who attempted to place realities in their legitimate point of view.
Mayaki accused PDP of turning a blind eye to reason and “embarked on a misguided mission to muddle things up”.
“Rather than achieve their desired damage, the video helped the public see the trajectory of this happenstance and the unscrupulous nature of the divided PDP.”
Mayaki expressed regret that “the same PDP that supported Ize-Iyamu’s aspiration in 2016, the same year that the said video interview was granted, republished the same video with a twisted narrative.”