IBSE CRISIS : PDP Group Raises Alarm Over Possible Disruption of Party's Peace - Penangle | News Portal in Nigeria
Tue. Jun 18th, 2024
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A group under the People’s Democratic Party in Oyo State, the Coalition of PDP Canvassers, has raised the alarm over possible disruption of the party’s peace in Ibadan South East Local Government Area of the State.

According to the group, the party’s peace has become fragile, following the alleged unprovoked attack on the personality of the Chairman of the Local Government, Mr. Emmanuel Alawode by the Chairman, Pacesetter Transport Services, Mr. Dare Adeleke.

The group in a press statement on Thursday accused Adeleke of instigating some councilors in the Local Government to wage war against their Chairman, Alawode.

Calling on Governor Seyi Makinde to caution Adeleke, the group said the control of the party’s leadership was responsible for smearing of the council chairman’s image.

The press release reads in part:
“To everyone who knows Emmanuel Alawode very well and his leadership style, you will acknowledge that he is a man of peace, a man who does not want anything to soil his image and reputation.

“Dare Adeleke did not want the existing relationship between Emmanuel Alawode and the South-West PDP Chairman, Ambassador Taofeek Arapaja.

“PDP stakeholders in Oyo State should caution Adeleke and tell him to respect Arapaja. Adeleke cannot claim or lord himself as overall leader of the party in the Ibadan South East LG.

“He want to destabilise the administration of Alawode, the Local Government Chairman, who is respecting our leader, Arapaja.

“Adeleke is plotting to select all the supervisory councilors at the Local Government which is against the will of all leaders in the party, but he want to leverage on his relationship with Governor Seyi Makinde to claim political positions to his side”

The Coalition of PDP Canvassers enjoined Governor Makinde to call Adeleke to order and tell him to desist from unnecessary interference into PDP affairs and administration of Ibadan South East Local Government.

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