“The More I Tried To Make Edo Perfect, The More I Realise It Can’t Be Done” – Adams Oshiomhole
Outgoing Governor of Edo State, Adams Oshiomhole, has said he tried to make the state perfect but realised it could not be done.
This was as he apologised to all those he harassed throughout his tenure as the governor of the state.
Speaking during his last State Executive Council session as Governor of the state, Oshiomhole explained that those he harassed was due to his drive for perfection, stressing that the “harder I tried to make things perfect, the more I realised that it can’t be.”
He commended his Council members for their steadfastness, commitment and resourcefulness, which had contributed to the success of his administration.
According to Oshiomhole, “Let me thank each and every one of you for what God has used you to do for our people, for our great state. Let me say publicly that I do believe the evidence is there, that members of this state executive council are the least paid and work the hardest compared to any other state that I know of.
“I also know that we have had to work long hours. I recall a meeting we had, starting at 9.00am, no adjournment and staying all the way to 7.00 am the following day. No break, no adjournment.