The harshest criticism must be reserved for the presidential candidate whose arrogance has complicated the party’s problems and damaged its momentum.
The state’s health ministry urged residents to observe safety measures to reduce the spread of the virus and other infectious diseases in the state.
The camp has a population of about 2,000.
Mr Obaseki was attending a meeting to address the internal crisis of the PDP in Edo, using the groundswell of support Mr Obi has been getting as a cautionary tale.
“The ban on motorcycles in the main city is still in force. We only allowed tricycles in and around semi-urban areas.”
The organisation also said that it would assist the Edo government to take out-of-school children in the state back to their classrooms.
Officials from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) monitored the primaries by the faction loyal to the party’s national vice chairman.
Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo has advised PDP leaders and House of Assembly aspirants to be united ahead of party primaries.
Governor Godwin Obaseki said beggars that won’t work would be sent back to where they came from.
“The pressure COVID-19 has put on our healthcare system is unimaginable. The amount of brain drain in our healthcare system is frightening.”