Babayemi Vs Adeleke's Case: Prince Awofisayo Dissociates Osun APC

A chieftain of the ruling-All Progressives Congress in Osun State and member of the party's Elders' Caucus, Prince Felix...


A chieftain of the ruling-All Progressives Congress in Osun State and member of the party's Elders' Caucus, Prince Felix Adeyemi Awofisayo has distanced the party from the recent Supreme Court judgement involving the outcome of the governorship primaries of the opposition People's Democratic Party,  PDP in the state.


He expressed his surprise at insinuations by some members of the PDP in the state that APC was behind one of the contenders to the dispute.


He made this known in a press statement he issued and personally signed before making it available to journalists in Osogbo, the state capital. 


According to the Ile-Ife-born prince, nothing could be more further from the truth, as the whole judicial process was entirely a PDP affair. 


"I wish to use this opportunity to correct the insinuations that our great party, APC was working with one of the contenders to the PDP dispute.


"Nothing could be further from the truth. The whole process was a PDP internal affair. So they should not drag the APC into their problems," Prince Awofisayo stressed.


The APC chieftain therefore advised his party members to disregard the Supreme Court judgement as it is purely a PDP internal affair. 


He reiterated that his party remains hopeful as the Election Petition Tribunal continues its sitting over the July 16 governorship election in the state.


"I am very optimistic that our party's petition currently before the election tribunal would be treated in its own merit," he emphasised. 



He expressed his confidence in the judiciary, while admonishing APC members in the state to continue giving their unalloyed support to Governor Gboyega Oyetola's administration in the state.


He further enjoined all APC members in the state to remain hopeful and prayerful for the party's mandate to be reclaimed. 


Speaking on the fast-approaching local government election, Prince Awofisayo urged all residents of the state who are of voting-age to come out enmasse and exercise their franchise.


Signed

Prince Felix Adeyemi Awofisayo 

Chairman APC Elders Caucus, Ife Central Local Government.

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