April 25, 2024

Leave us out of your problems – Osun PDP warns APC


The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Chairman in Osun State, Sunday Bisi, has warned the All Progressives Congress, APC, to leave them out of their crises.

Bisi also advised the APC leaders to go back to the school of political management before dreaming of returning to Osun Government House.

In a statement obtained by DAILY POST on Wednesday, he assured Osun residents that the PDP administration will govern the State for a long time.

He said, ”Osun APC needs to return to school of political party management before dreaming of returning to Osun government house anytime soon because the door is permanently shut to darkness for ever.

“We will congratulate them for at least summoning courage to confront the returning of their leader now turned enemy, former Governor Rauf Aregbesola with an acrimonious stakeholders meeting which is the first they could muster since the good people of Osun State retired them from the government house.

“Let me warn the Osun APC to steer clear of using our party’s name to keep the APC name in the media space and face the internal war that has bedeviled them.

“PDP has come to stay in Osun and the administration of the people’s Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke will succeed because it’s mantra “Imole” is an indication of it’s target to illuminate the entire Osun State

“PDP is aware that the APC is using the avenue to flood the media space with different narration hiding under our party’s name to spite Rauf Aregbesola who decided to return to the state and celebrate his homecoming, APC should learn to mend their own fence and leave us out of their quagmire.

“As a democratic party, we sympathize with the APC, for boxing themselves aground out of their own arrogance and deliberate disdain for development of Osun State.

“While we will not ask APC not to fight or fund periodic acrimony against themselves, the defeated party should however leave our great party out of their troubles or use the good name of our party to mitigate their pains.”

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