Leave Ogun APC and Face Your New Party- APC Youth League Tells Former Deputy Speaker - EDU-BIZNEWS


Monday, September 5, 2022

Leave Ogun APC and Face Your New Party- APC Youth League Tells Former Deputy Speaker

A group under the aegies, All Progressives Congress APC Youth League Ogun State coordinate has asked the impeached Deputy Speaker of the State House of Assembly, Hon Dare Kadiri Maba to face his new political party and allow peace to reign supreme within the rulling party  in Ogun state.

State Coordinator of the league, comrade Yunus Fayomi Gateway stated this in a statement made available to Edu-biznews by the group's Publicity Secretary, Sulaimon Olanrewaju on Monday in response  to some recent online publication by some anonymous group of people that are being allegedly sponsored by Hon Kadiri representing Ijebu North two Constituency

The group reteirates clearly that Hon Kadiri having been suspended in the APC by his ward for his anti party activities,it is time for him to face his political future in his new fonded party.

"It is no longer News that Hon Kadiri had vowed not to support the second term bid of Governor Dapo Abiodun,  hence he remains a mole in  Ogun State APC", the youths stated '

"Hon Kadiri had since his suspension been looking for loopholes to tanish the reputation of our party candidates at this electioneering moment. He had hosted the PDP factional candidate and had visited the APM and ADC leaders in pursuant of his "political way-forward" 

The league hereby calls the attention of youths within the party,  across the state to remain focus and not to be gullible in believing his baseless claims through his propagandist approach.

Fayomi vowed  that no amount of intimidations from enemies of our party could change our resolute commitment towards victory  next year.

Kadiri was also linked to the petition against Speaker of the  State House of Assembly, Right Honourable, Olakunle Oluomo who is being charged for alleged money laundry and other financial offences by the Economic and Financial Crime Commission EFCC 

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