Oyetola Made Mess of APC, God Rewarded Him with Failure, Group Alleges

Oyetola Made Mess of APC, God Rewarded Him with Failure, Group Alleges

•Says there’s need to retool party ahead next poll

Yinka Kolawole in Osogbo

The Omoluabi Caucus in the Osun All Progressives Congress (APC) has observed with dismay, the seeming determination of a political group to bring the party down at all cost for their selfish interests.

The Caucus said it was on record that  Rauf Aregbesola was subjected to undeserved attacks, harassment and humiliation by the political flotsam and jetsam under the watch of former governor Adegboyega Oyetola.

“Eventually, the hypocrites whose desire was selfish pursuits drew Aregbesola into unnecessary crisis in the APC,” it said.

In a statement by a former Chairman of APC in Osun State, Rev, Adelowo Adebiyi, “We note that it is only political nitwits that will be contradicting himself the way the handlers (more of mishandling) of Osun APC have continued to do in the bid for them to make case for their failures and shift blame on an innocent soul.

“While it is obvious to discerning minds that those parading themselves as something in Osun APC today kept using 10 lies to defend one since the crisis they deliberately ignited and prolonged.

“We note of a fact that truth has been the strength of Omoluabi Caucus character which has stood us in good stead against their shenanigans and political marauding.

“We restate our call for the need to strengthen and retool the Osun APC for better performance ahead of 2022 elections but which the political neophytes deliberately twisted as ploy to make second term impossible for Governor Oyetola.

“They lied to themselves that Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola didn’t want Oyetola as Governor and thus will do ‘an Ambode’ i.e prevent him from running for a second term.”

Incidentally, he said, The Osun Progressives (TOP) caucus was formed to champion the reformation of APC but with clear mind that all stakeholders had to be carried along for an holistic assignment.

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