Senator Adeola urges APC NWC to penalize Amosun over anti-party

August 8, 2022
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Senator Adeola Olamilekan commonly known as Yayi has reacted to a statement credited to Senator Ibikunle Amosun, erstwhile governor of Ogun State and APC senator representing Ogun Central Senatorial District, to the effect that the 2019 election that saw the emergence of Prince Dapo Abiodun as Ogun State governor was rigged and he is going to work against Prince Abiodun’s re-election in 2023.

In a statement made available to newsmen, Senator Adeola Amosun cannot play God in Ogun State politics and needs to be sanctioned for anti-party activities.

“These invidious utterances would have been left unanswered as yet another ranting from a personality imbued with a sense of over bloated ego of messianic proportion in Ogun state politics. However, with 2023 General Elections around the corner, it is appropriate to join issues with a supposed APC member with a record of serial anti-party and anti-people tendencies aping to play God in the affairs of Ogun State.

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“I state with all emphasis that Senator Amosun shamefully dropped the ball in his assertion that the 2019 electoral victory of Prince Abiodun was rigged even after the said election was judicially validated right up to the highest court of the land.

“For the avoidance of doubt and to cudgel the memory of Senator Amosun and his political minions, the victory of Prince Abiodun in 2019 has its origin in the revolt of the majority of the people of Ogun State against Senator Amosun’s lopsided oligarchic  reign in Ogun State over a period of 8 years and his undemocratic, odious and  obviously politically greedy attempt to impose all electoral candidates in Ogun 2019 from the state to the federal level with his cronies to the exclusion of all tendencies in Ogun State APC.

He said the revolt of the people of Ogun State to this attempt to play God by a mere mortal was what saw to the surprise emergence of Prince Abiodun as the arrow head of a democratic struggle fully supported by genuine democrats in Ogun State.

“Our party, APC, saw through the anti- democratic tendencies of their then governor and rightly threw their weight behind the people of Ogun State with Prince Abiodun emerging as the governor with a majority votes against Senator Amosun’s acolyte, Hon Adekunle Akinlade foisted on misguided APC members in the race under another party, Allied Peoples Movement, APM.

“The people of Ogun State were fully aware that the desperation of Senator Amosun to install a successor was informed by the booby trap of a “Kemi Adeosun” removal from office set for Hon. Akinlade should he emerge as governor which would see him impeached with his shady dossier should he refuse to be a mere stooge of the then departing Senator Amosun.

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