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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

Political Leader Segun Osoba,Ogun Federal Lawmakers Rebuff Meeting To Adopt Gov Amosun For 2nd Term

State leader of All progress Congress, Segun Osoba and Federal lawmakers operating under the platform of the party have distance themselves from moves to adopt Ogun state Governor, Ibikunle Amosun for 2nd term.

The stake holders refused to attend a meeting called towards this end.

Here is trending report on this development

'Former governor of Ogun State, Chief Olusegun Osoba, and members of the All Progressives Congress representing the state in the National Assembly on Monday shunned a meeting called to adopt the incumbent Governor Ibikunle Amosun for a second term.

Osoba, who is also a national leader of the ruling APC, along with the three senators and seven members of the House of Representatives in the National Assembly, failed to show up at the meeting.

'Amosun, had through his Senior Special Adviser on Political Matters, Tunji Egbetokun, invited National and state assembly members and local government councillors as well as party chiefs to a stakeholders meeting at the June 12 Cultural Centre, Kuto, Abeokuta.

The former governor and the federal lawmakers however stayed away from the meeting, where a mild drama ensued as a faction of the APC in the state adopted Amosun for a second term.

'Aside Osoba, others absentees from the stakeholders meeting included Senator Adegbenga Kaka (Ogun East), Senator Gbenga Obadara (Ogun Central), Senator Akin Odunsi (Ogun West) and seven House of Representatives members elected on the platform of the APC.

The APC chiefs, who however attended the meeting included the state Deputy Governor, Mr. Segun Adesegun; the Speaker of the House of Assembly, Suraj Adekunbi, and his deputy, Tola Banjo.
Also in attendance were Senator Olabiyi Durojaiye, Senator Iyabo Anisulowo, Chief Olu Adebanjo, Chief Dayo Abatan, Mr. Kunle Elegbede and Chief Samuel Durojaiye.

The meeting started with goodwill messages from Anisulowo, Adebanjo, Chief Samuel Durojaye, Abatan and Elegbede.

The party leaders declared their loyalty to Amosun, soliciting the people’s support for his administration.'

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