PhotoNews: Okpekpe race, Oshiomhole comes 131st

From left: Mr Paul Obazele, Nollywod actor; Mr Bolaji Abdullahi, Minister of Sports and Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government area, yesterday.
From left: Mr Paul Obazele, Nollywod actor; Mr Bolaji Abdullahi, Minister of Sports and Governor Adams Oshiomhole of Edo State at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government area, yesterday.
Some of the international athletes at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government area, yesterday
Some of the international athletes at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government area, yesterday
Governor Adams Oshiomhole presents a dummy cheque to Yusuf Bitwott from Kenya, 3rd prize winner with time of 29 mins 50 seconds at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government Area, yesterday.
Governor Adams Oshiomhole presents a dummy cheque to Yusuf Bitwott from Kenya, 3rd prize winner with time of 29 mins 50 seconds at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government Area, yesterday.
Governor Adams Oshiomhole presents a dummy cheque to Timothy Troitich from Uganda, 2nd prize winner with time of 29 mins 44 seconds at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government Area, yesterday.
Governor Adams Oshiomhole presents a dummy cheque to Timothy Troitich from Uganda, 2nd prize winner with time of 29 mins 44 seconds at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government Area, yesterday.
Governor Adams Oshiomhole presents a dummy cheque to Moses Masai from Kenya, 1st prize winner with time of 29 mins 39 seconds at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government Area, yesterday.
Governor Adams Oshiomhole presents a dummy cheque to Moses Masai from Kenya, 1st prize winner with time of 29 mins 39 seconds at the first IAAF certified 10km road race in Nigeria held in Okpekpe, Etsako East Local Government Area, yesterday.

5 COMMENTS

  1. The governor or Edo state, Comrade Adams Aliyu Oshiomhole presented “DUMMY” cheques to the Okpekpe road winners held yesterday 4th May, 2013. What are the amounts stated on the cheques due to them from 1st to 3rd positions? With the recent show on ground on the issue of the 7-days ultimatum issued by the Edo state students on bursary payments, what has he (Oshio) have to tell we the Edolites? He said the State has no resources to actualised the payments but has the resources to fund an international race abandoning his duty to the state. Oshio na wa oooo

  2. If this race follows the normal course, Oshimole would not violate any rules because the race participants generally pay to register before they run. So, lets hope that is what happened. Now we wait and see.

  3. @Izedonmi Festus Uduigwuomen, for ur info dis race was not sponsor by Oshio or Edo state govt… rather dis race was sponsor by an Okpekpe Son in d person of Mike Itemuagbor d owner of ‘Pamodzi Sports Marketers’ dat is y it was held in Okpekpe… for more info check…..www.okpekperoadrace.com

  4. We who are from Okpekpe appreciate the governor….. “All bad

    belle” people should hold their peace.We are waiting for the next

    edition, PDP say “na turn by turn” so this is our turn..

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