2023: Ogun IPAC APC national Chairman, condemns attempt to smear image of Dapo Abiodun - THE LIVING GUIDE

2023: Ogun IPAC APC national Chairman, condemns attempt to smear image of Dapo Abiodun

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The leadership of the Ogun State Inter Party Advisory Council (IPAC) has condemned the petition against the endorsement of Gov. Dapo Abiodun re-election under the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Addressing newsmen at a press conference held at the NUJ secretariat, Iwe iroyin, Abeokuta, the Council termed petition as spurious, not genuine and a calculated attempt to disparage the person of the Governor.

The State chairman of the Council, Okusanya Samson stated that the petitioner, one Ayodele Oludiran on behalf of a group seeking the
disqualification of Dapo Abiodun lacks the capacity to correctly understand the complexities in rational thinking needed to be a responsible public commentator.

“Upon the release of the petition, the Leadership of inter party Advisory Council IPAC met with the leadership of APC in the State to make necessary findings on the various allegations levied against H.E. Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR, as Governor of Ogun State.

“We also discovered that the very long but embarrassingly empty epistle of calumny written by said Ayodele Oludiran has definitely marks him out as a very worthless addition to the human race.

“Your Excellency Sir, with the petitioner rantings all through his epistle in his worthless petition, it is made clear that Ayodele Oludiran substantially lacks the capacity to correctly understand the complexities in rational thinking needed to be a responsible public commentator

“Therefore Ogun State IPAC wish to bring it to the attention of all and sundry that H.E. Prince Dapo Abiodun is well educated with verifiable facts and a seasoned administrator per excellence whose corporate experiences have reflected in the ongoing transformational changes in Ogun State”.

The apex political council however warn all distractors, naming a former governor of the state as sponsor to desist, just as the state march towards the 2023 general elections.

“The former Governor and his group sponsoring the faceless Ayodele Oludiran are boasting round the State that they will malign, scandalize and blackmail Governor Dapo Abiodun but, the era of recycled political racketeers, who are strictly merchants without commitment and conscience for the governed must be collectively brought to a final stop through a positive change as represented by His Excellency Governor Dapo Abiodun MFR performance.

“Ogun State Inter party Advisory Council (IPAC) had at different times refused entreaties from such people to join them in this evil mission severally. We make bold to say that this desperate attempt to stop Governor Dapo Abiodun, MFR from getting a second term will be resisted on all fronts by the good people of Ogun State.

“We urge the National leadership of the ruling Party to disregard the rantings of the drowning politicians and power maniacs by jettisioning the petition as it’s an attempt to make the state ungovernable by the former Governor and ultimately turn Ogun State to a war zone because his 8 years wasted administration which was hitherto characterized by looting and award of contract to pseudo contractors, diversion of bail out fund has become a thing of the past under the transparent administration of Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR

“The characters behind this petition are looking for short way to victory to continue their Institutionalized slavery, political arrogance, mischief, rascality, executive impunity, malfeasance, financial recklessness, economic mis- management, Looting and day light embezzlement”.

Present at the press briefing led by it’s chairman includes, Ashade Micheal, the IPAC Secretary, Yeye Olufunke Olarenwaju, Vice Chairman, Oluso Abraham, Organizing Secretary, Funsho Ogunade, Publicity Secretary, and Wale Adebisi, the Treasurer.

Others includes, Otunba Jinadu, the Financial Secretary, Segun Osonoiki, the Legal Adviser and Femi Dehinbo, the, Asst. Secretary

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