Edo State Governor Godwin Obaseki has said he will win a second term based on the strength of his achievements.
The governor said voters will vote for him because of the impact of his programmes across the sectors.
Obaseki, who spoke on Sunday at a Town Hall meeting of Edo indigenes in Lagos State, said he had no regrets running a prudent administration that has managed state resources and channelled them to productive ventures.
He reiterated that he was not elected to share the state’s money.
The meeting, themed ‘Edo Òkpa ‘Nó’, was organised by Unuedo Renaissance, a body of professionals from Edo State.
The governor added that he was not focusing on the governorship poll because victory is assured. He hinted that the state’s problem is not resources, but leadership, and so reiterated his commitment towards ending godfatherism in the state, saying ‘Godfather will not be allowed in Edo State’.