I’m resigning to take my destiny in my hand – Edo Deputy Gov
Edo Deputy Governor, Mr Philip Shaibu, on Tuesday in Benin said he was resigning to take his destiny in his hands.
Shaibu disclosed this while announcing his resignation from the All Progressives Congress (APC).
He made the announcement during a press briefing, saying that his resignation from the ruling party took immediate effect.
“It is with pain that I am leaving the APC I helped to build. It’s very unfortunate that we have to resign from the party we all laboured for”.
“The party we built with our blood, our strength. The party we believed that was built with progress of our land”.
“I resigned today with pains and I am resigning to take my destiny in my hand. But by the grace of God, where Gov. Godwin Obaseki goes I go. And by the grace of God, we shall conquer,” he said.
The deputy governor said that he was sure that President Muhammadu Buhari would be sad at this development, saying that he was left with no choice than to take his political destiny in his hands.