• Say There Is No Division In The Party •
Elders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 10 local government areas of Oke-Ogun of Oyo State has said that members of the party remains united in the state, explaining that the Governor remains the leader.
A statement jointly signed by the duo of Chief Samuel Adekola and Mr. Kazeem Tijani, stated that “we, as leaders, wish to state very clearly that our party remains solidly one.”
According to the elders, their position is in line with the admonition of “our leader in the state, His Excellency Sen. Abiola Ajimobi to our members recently at meeting held at Lafia hotel, Ibadan that all members should shun divisive tendencies and forge ahead as one indivisible party, as in that lies our strength at winning elections.”
Read the remaining part of the statement below:
“The party is not unaware of some complaints arising from the recently re-constituted caretaker members, we take this grumblings in good faith as part of ingredients of true democracy. The party has taken note of their worries and it is attending to it accordingly on the merit of each case.
“We therefore reiterate for the umpteenth time that our members are irreversibly committed to the unity of our great party, with majority of them in solidarity and unalloyed loyalty to the party leadership, as well as the leader, His Excellency, Sen Abiola Ajimobi.
“We express again our appreciation for the support and understanding of the good people of our dear State.
“Again behalf of the good people of OkeOgun and Oyo State at Larger, we want to specially appreciate and thank Our Governor, Senator Abiola Ajimobi for his fairness in the distribution of appointments and development so far,most especially the newly appointed Caretake Chairmen.
“We sincerely appreciate the sensitivity of the Governor on the opportunity given to new people taking into cognisant that it takes a whole team of APC member to win elections. We are grateful and we also pledge our undying support at all times,” the statement concluded.