The Deputy Governor of Edo State, Phillip Shaibu, has relocated his office from the Government House, despite recently withdrawing a lawsuit filed against Governor Godwin Obaseki.
This development has raised eyebrows and sparked speculations about the political landscape in the state.
According to a report by Channels Television on Monday, Deputy Governor Shaibu’s decision to move his office out of the Edo State Government House has added a new layer of complexity to the political dynamics within the state.
The move comes shortly after Shaibu’s decision to withdraw a lawsuit that he had previously filed against Governor Obaseki.
The lawsuit had been a subject of intense public scrutiny and had fueled rumors of a growing rift between the two high-ranking officials.
While the reasons behind Deputy Governor Shaibu’s office relocation remain undisclosed, political observers and citizens alike are eager to understand the implications of this move on the state’s governance and political climate.
The Edo State Government has not yet released an official statement regarding the Deputy Governor’s decision to relocate his office, leaving room for further speculation and conjecture.