Governor Ajimobi’s Reconciliatory Move is a Fluke- Unity Group

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Aggrieved members of All Progressives Congress,  the Unity Forum group has described the statement credited to Governor Ajimobi on Monday that majority of its members have returned to the party fold after the crises as mischievous and unbecoming of Governor Ajimobi status.

In a statement in Ibadan through the secretary of the Unity Forum, Dr. Wasiu Olatubosun described the action of the governor as a mere grandstanding and dared the governor to publish the names of those that have returned to the APC fold.

Olatubosun then queried the sincerity of the governor’s self acclaimed reconciliatory moves as a fluke and an attempt to hoodwink the public that all is well within the party, or how best could one describe Governor Ajimobi action now who had earlier described the Unity Forum as inconsequential.

Unity Forum strongly remains steadfast with over 100,000 members across the state and committed to the political realignment in the state with the view of wrestling power from the APC led autocratic government in the state where the general public have been subjected to untold hardship with anti people policies.

The forum therefore sympathized with the people of the state most especially, lecturers and students in all the six state owned institutions for their unpaid 25 months salaries as well as students of Ladoke Akintola University Ogbomosho (LAUTECH)whose school fees have been increased from 80,000 Naira to 300, 000 naira with the view of preventing children from poor homes to achieve their educational goal.

Olatubosun therefore warned the public to beware of Governor Ajimobi’s antics of deceiving them so as to have sympathy for the party with the view of achieving his goal to impose a successor on the people of the state In 2019. He therefore advised the Oyo State people to reject APC

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