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Aikoriogie Emerges Winner of NRM Gubernatorial Primary Elections in Edo State

Dr. Dennis Osahon Aikoriogie has emerged as the consensus candidate of the National Rescue Movement (NRM) gubernatorial primary elections in Edo State with delegates unanimous affirmation. The primary elections, which were held today Saturday in Benin City, saw Dr. Aikoriogie running unopposed.

With this victory, Dr. Aikoriogie is now set to represent the NRM in the upcoming Edo State 2024 gubernatorial elections in September. His uncontested win in the primary elections has cemented his position as the frontrunner for the party in the race for the governorship of Edo State.

This victory demonstrates the confidence and support that the NRM has in his leadership and vision for the StState.

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In his acceptance speech, Dr. Aikoriogie expressed gratitude to the party members for their faith in him and vowed to work tirelessly to bring positive change and development to Edo State. He also promised to run a clean and issue-based campaign leading up to the gubernatorial elections in September.

As the NRM gears up for the gubernatorial elections, all eyes will be on Dr. Dennis Osahon Aikoriogie as he prepares to take on his opponents and make his case to the people of Edo State.

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