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LG tussle: Appeal Court Judgement Has Ended Your Game, PDP Chieftain Tells Sacked Oyo Council Chairmen

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LG tussle: Appeal Court Judgement Has Ended Your Game, PDP Chieftain Tells Sacked Oyo Council Chairmen

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Claims that the judgment of the Court of Appeal on the suit between the Oyo State government and the sacked All Progressives Congress (APC) local government chairmen did not uphold their dissolution have been described as self-serving and unfounded.

A Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) stalwart in Ibadanland, Mr. Bolaji Gbadamosi (Beejay), stated this on Monday, noting that attempts by the “illegal local government chairmen” to deceive the members of the public on their status following the judgment of the Court of Appeal would not succeed.

In a chat with newsmen, Gbadamosi, who contested for the Ibadan Southwest/Ibadan Northwest Federal Constituency seat in the 2019 general election, carpeted the Ayodeji Abass-Alesinloye-led group for trying desperately to illegally perpetuate themselves in office through deceit and misinformation.

He noted that no amount of cheap propaganda would succeed in derailing the Governor Seyi Makinde administration from doing the right thing.

This was as he lauded the directive by the Oyo State House of Assembly that the sacked chairmen should return government properties in their care, noting that it was uncharitable that the illegal chairmen had held on to what did not belong to them several months after their dissolution.

“One must commend the recent resolution of the Oyo State House of Assembly directing the illegal APC local government chairmen and councillors to hand over all properties of Oyo State government in their care.

“I urge the members of the Assembly not to allow themselves to be affected by the verbal assault and flagrant disrespect from the sacked chairmen, they should carry out the directives to the letter in the interest of the state.

“It is unimaginably sad and uncharitable that some individuals will continue to hold on to Oyo State people’s properties several months after they were dissolved. In fact, if they are as democratic as they are claiming to be, why not hand over the properties and wait for the outcome of their legal voyage?

“The truth is that the sacked chairmen, whose election was based on illegality in the first place, already know that their running up and down to different courts will yield no positive result. Instead of allowing the governor, whose policies and programmes have shown good intentions, to concentrate on rebuilding the state, this group of individuals have been going about deceiving the public.

“Sadly for the Abass-Alesinloye group, the Court of Appeal made it clear that their suit was different from the Ekiti State suit and since both cases are not on all fours, it is amusing why they ignorantly continue to hold the belief that there is anything left in the speculative and baseless suit.

“While we all wait for the Supreme Court to sound a death knell on their case, the people of Oyo State must warn these busy-bodies to stop distracting the Makinde administration.

“In a little over one year, this government has demonstrated its commitment to the rule of law and the wellbeing of the people at the grassroots. These ideals were missing in the immediate past government, which failed to conduct the local government election in seven years and only went ahead to conduct a last-minute kangaroo election in its eight year in office and it is clear that the sacked APC chairmen are out to derail the good vision of the Makinde government.”

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