Patrick Obahiagbon clinches APC senatorial ticket

Patrick Obahiagbon, former house of representatives member, has emerged candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for Edo south senatorial district.

He was declared winner of the primary election held on Thursday in Benin, the state capital.

In a tweet on Thursday after the election, Obahiagbon thanked the people of the district.

He tweeted, “The deciders remains the people. Thank you Edo South.”

The deciders remains the people. Thank you Edo South

— Official Patrick Obahiagbon (@Obahiagbon_P) October 4, 2018

The primary election held at other senatorial district of the state witnessed the return of Ehiozuwa Agbonayima, a house of representative member representing Ikpoba-Okha and Egor federal constituency as candidates.

In 2014, Obahiagbon, a former chief of staff to Adams Oshiomole, then governor of the state, lost the senatorial ticket to Samson Osagie, a former minority whip of the house of representatives.

Obahiagbon is known for his ambiguous use of words.