Why PDP Never Wanted Akeredolu Back Alive – APC Fires Back Over Gov’s Relocation To Ibadan

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The All Progressives Congress, APC, in Ondo State has slammed the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) for faulting the State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu, over his relocation to Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.

Punch Headlines obtained that on Friday that the Ondo PDP faulted Akeredolu over the decisions he has taken since he returned to Nigeria from his medical trip abroad.

Since his return from his three-month medical leave to Germany to treat himself, Akeredolu has chosen to stay in his Ibadan residence.

In a statement, the PDP’s spokesperson, Kennedy Ikantu Peretei, said the Governor has to return to Akure, the state capital, immediately as Ibadan is not the state’s capital city.

The Party posited that with Akeredolu governing the State from Oyo, he might have been brought back into the country “to foil an impeachment process.”

Reacting, the APC alleged that the opposition wanted the governor dead.

The Party, in a statement said instead of chasing shadows, the PDP should rather engage in constructive criticism.

The Ondo State APC Publicity Secretary, Alex Kalejaiye, said even though Akeredolu is living in his Ibadan residence, it has not hampered his abilities because he is attending to state matters the way he ought to.

The APC argued that it doesn’t understand why the PDP would make a case out of the governor’s relocation to Ibadan if it has not affected his capabilities to run state affairs.

“It is unbelievable that the PDP is having a grouse with the location of our Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu. This is a clear indication that the opposition party never wanted Arakunrin back alive.

“The crux of the matter is that Mr Governor has been attending to state matters, since his arrival the way he ought to, irrespective of location. This is an indisputable reality. I sympathise with the PDP; it is a crisis-ridden political party that is bereft of ideas, and no longer coherent and constructive,” Kalejaiye said.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Source: Information  Nigeria


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