The Office of the Osun State Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has cautioned the state chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to sit up with its oppositional role and stop henceforth its blame game on the ruling APC for its woes.
According to a statement issued by Kola Olabisi, the Media Adviser to the state APC chairman, Prince Gboyega Famodun, which was made available to the newsmen in Osogbo, it is characteristic of the state PDP to blame the leadership of the APC or the sitting government for its self-inflicted tribulation.
Olabisi stated that it was a pity that the controversial and embattled leadership of the state PDP found it difficult to separate an individual’s opinion from news that could be categorized as a corporate view of a political entity.
The spokesman of the APC state chairman who disclosed that the leadership of the APC is fully engrossed in an effective party administration is not interested in what might be going on in another party as there is no luxury of time for mundane issues in the progressive party.
He stated further that the state APC leadership has no business in dabbling into what is transpiring in another political party which is not a licence for the opposition to determine for the APC leadership when, how and what to discuss at any particular point in time.
Olabisi explained further that if the major opposition PDP deems it wise, fit, convenient and expedient to expel all its members, the APC doesn’t care a jolt.
In his words: “The copious blame games of the Osun PDP leadership since it said it won the state governorship election have become deafening, nauseating and irritating and have failed to achieve their targeted nefarious activities of fraudulently demarketing of the ever-focused Governor Gboyega Oyetola-led administration.
“The untoward development in the Osun PDP which was manifested in the tirade turned out by the state leadership of the PDP yesterday whereby the state chairman of the ruling party, Prince Gboyega Famodun, was undeservedly and unjustifiably accused of querying the PDP leadership over the purported expulsion of one of their candidates in the July 16, 2022 governorship election, is balderdash, hogwash and misplaced”, Olabisi stated.