Those That Worked Against Adelabu in APC Are Now Regretting Their Actions- Open Salawu

Engineer Muftau Open Salawu

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress APC in Oyo state, Engineer Open Salawu has said those who worked against the party and its gubernatorial candidiate in the last election, Oloye Adebayo Adelabu are now regreting their actions 

Salawu who served as Special Adviser on Works and Transport to Immediate past Governor of the state, Senator Abiola Ajimobi maintained that “Chief Adelabu was more positioned to win the last Election but some people conspire against APC and am sure they are also not happy right now for their actions”

The Ogbomoso born Civil Engineer said “The Election has come and gone. We fought up to Supreme court and unfortunately and sadly we lost”.

“Our party made some mistakes and I believe we have learned our lesson and 2023 is around the corner May God spare our life We are taking over God willing.”

 He said further that APC is still the majority party in Oyo State with 2 Senators and 9 out of 14 federal house of representatives

While urging Governor Seyi Makinde to take the state to a higher level, Salawu said Governor Ajimobi has achieved so much in the areas of Security, infrastructure, health and education in our state 

While urging Nigerians to support this president Muhammadu Buhari to enable him optimise the potential of delivering the dividends of democracy, Salawu said, the little grey areas such as power, security and corruption can be taken care off if we give this Government a chance. 

What is most important is that President Muhammadu Buhari has set a lot of things in place from stable currency, the closure of boarders that has help the local production of rice, availability of PMS and reduced the insurgents attack to discriminate areas. 

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“2019 was a wonderful year and I hope and pray that 2020 will be a better year for our country Nigeria.” he concluded.


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