Stakeholders in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun state have expressed fear over alleged victimization within the party which may lead to further division in the state…..CONTINUE READING....CONTINUE READING
The stakeholders who observed that there is victimization and marginalization of some members of the party being perceived as enemies stressed that this would not help either the government or the party.
They noted that governor Ademola Adeleke’s position in the state has made him the governor to everyone in the state and not to a few members of the PDP.
Rising from their one-day meeting held in Osogbo at the weekend, the stakeholders of the party in a communique signed by Barrister Ojo Williams, Hon Tunde Adewoyin, Engr Ogungboyega, Alhaji Remi Arogundade, Alhaji Star, Dr. Romoke Edu and Alhaja Kudirat Nafiu, among others, made available to Journalists, Sunday, commended a chieftain of the party in the state, Omooba Dotun Babayemi, for his selflessness and contributions towards the state and the party.
“At this point, we feel that what is good for the state is for our governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke, to eschew partisanship and provide good governance for all and sundry in Osun State. In addition, he should halt the current victimization and marginalization of some PDP members that is ongoing in the state.”
The stakeholders contended that if such ugly development currently pervading the party is left unchecked, it might ultimately not augur well for both the government and the party in the long run.
On the burial of the late Honourable Soji Adagunodo, the former National Vice Chairman South West of the PDP, the stakeholders paid glowing tributes to Babayemi for his moral and financial support over the final burial rites and prayed for God’s continued protection and blessings on the family left behind by the late South West leader” the communique further read.
Meanwhile, the stakeholders also called for the continuous mobilization of members of the public towards growing the ranks of the PDP, noting that this would make the party more entrenched in the state for future electoral engagements…..CONTINUE READING