The Ogun State chapter of APC, has warned banks and other financial institutions not to succumb to threats and pressures from the outgoing governor, Ibikunle Amosun, to obtain last-minute loans, overdrafts and other financial instruments barely two months to the end of his tenure.
“It has come to our notice that the outgoing governor has been exerting pressures on banks and financial institutions to grant frivolous loans, overdrafts and other instruments immediately Dapo Abiodun was declared governor-elect.”
A statement issued in Abeokuta on Monday by the APC Publicity Secretary, Tunde Oladunjoye, warned that any institution that grants such requests “does so at its own risk.”
The statement reads: “We are equally aware that files and other sensitive government documents are being moved out of government offices on the order of the outgoing governor, Ibikunle Amosun.
“As for the banks, we want to state categorically that the incoming administration believes so much in the rule of law and due process. Therefore, the administration will not honour any obligation that does not follow due process or any loans that do not receive the prior approval of the state’s House of Assembly.
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