Visual: Deputy Governor of Edo State Denied Access to Government House Office


The Deputy Governor of Edo State, Comrade Philip Shaibu, faced a denial of access to his office at the Government House in Benin, the state capital. The entrance gate leading to his office was securely locked, and no one was present to provide him entry.

According to a source, “On Monday morning, the Deputy Governor arrived, only to find the gate leading to his office locked, with no one available to unlock it for him. It appears his office has also been closed due to his relocation to a new office outside the government house. He waited for nearly 30 minutes before eventually departing. It’s uncertain whether he proceeded to his new office, but he was not permitted access to the one within the government house.”

Additionally, it’s worth noting that Shaibu had withdrawn the case he had filed at the Federal High Court in Abuja, which aimed to prevent his alleged impeachment by Governor Godwin Obaseki and the Edo State House of Assembly.

As part of the relocation process, the deputy governor is expected to move to a different building situated at No. 7, Dennis Osadebey Avenue, in close proximity to the Government House.


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