Governor Seyi Makinde’s deputy chief of staff, Chief Ademola Ojo, has claimed that he quit the All Progressives Congress (APC) four months ago to support Makinde’s forward-thinking administration in Oyo State.
A statement that he personally signed and made accessible to newsmen on Monday in Ibadan contains this information.
Four months after leaving the party, Ojo and two others had responded to his alleged expulsion by the APC.
Rep. Ajibola Muraina (APC-Ibarapa Central/North) was chosen by the party without any primary elections in the constituency, according to the previous head of the Ibarapa central council.
He said that he voluntarily quit the APC more than four months ago after realizing the necessity of assisting Makinde’s extraordinary successes in the state.
Ojo said that the APC’s recent revelation that he and two other members had been kicked out four months after their defection revealed the party’s confusion.
“Months, after I switched sides to the PDP, the APC’s announcement of his expulsion had shown the sh*t they were made of. It indicated that the APC is perplexed,” he stated.
Every significant and sensible politician, he claimed, had since joined the PDP, which was unquestionably the winning party in the state.
Only opponents of development, according to Ojo, would oppose the Makinde administration’s second term in office in Oyo State, which he said had accomplished an exceptional accomplishment in every economic area.
“I can attest that APC is perplexed. Why has the APC waited four months to announce my expulsion while I left the party and was already serving as Deputy Chief of Staff to Governor Seyi Makinde?
Is Muraina only beginning to emerge from his sleep? I believed he had candidates who would help him win the upcoming election. We will all see how he is mocked this time.
Muraina is a ruthless politician. In the PDP, he was elected four years ago. He switched to the APC two months ago, and now he’s talking about getting kicked out,” he stated.
In the name of their unborn children, he pleaded with the residents of Ibarapa Central and North Constituency to vote against Muraina.