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Osun PDP Declares End To Leadership Tussle




  • Osun State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has declared an end to the leadership war between Sunday Bisi and Olasoji Adagunodo.

EKO HOT BLOG reports that the crisis between the duo had caused disunity in the party.

Making this known in Osogbo, the party Chairman, Sunday Bisi stated that the party is no more divided and aggrieved members have been successfully reconciled.

Bisi also stated that the party is now ready to dislodge Adegboyega Oyetola and the All Progressives Congress (APC) from the governorship seat.

According to the PDP Chairman, “As you can see, the PDP is very peaceful and we have achieved a genuine reconciliation. All of us in PDP are now together and we are good to go.

“We came into reconciliation because we don’t want to continue with this bad governance and for that reason, we just have to reconcile ourselves.

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“That tells you that we are one, solid and ready for the incoming election and I can assure you that we are going to defeat APC and the incumbent Governor Adegboyega Oyetola with a wide margin by the grace of God.”

Bisi noted that politics is all about sacrifice and genuine interest in the party rather than giving out of money to individuals.

Recall that reconciliation was achieved in the Osun PDP when Olasoji Adagunodo, the embattled chairman was nominated as the South-West National Vice Chairman of the party.

The quarrel within the party also led to the defeat of Olagunsoye Oyinlola, the candidate of Osun State for the position of Deputy National Chairman, South of the party, a position which a former Deputy Governor of Oyo State and former South West National Vice Chairman, Ambassador Taofeeq Arapaja is now occupying.

Adagunodo’s nomination was on Wednesday, November 17, ratified by the Southwest Zonal Executives of the party.


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