Friday, 3 May 2013

Ajimobi Is An Ingrate - Ladoja

Former Governor of Oyo state, Senator Rashidi Ladoja today said his party, Accord will take over the reigns from Governor Abiola Ajimobi.

He said this today at Olomi, venue of the reception of decampees from the PDP and rulling party.

Ladoja who escaped death by the whiskers escaped unhurt when the reception was attacked by members of the state NURTW loyal to governor Ajimobi.

Vehicles were vandalised while the canopies for the reception was burnt with no fewer than 15 vehicles belonging to Accord vandalised.

The daring NURTW hoodlums blocked the exit of the former governor despite police Armoured Personnel Carrier station and operation burst members at the. 

Addressing the people, Ladoja noted that Ajimobi has shown his fears that Accord popularity is souring higher by the day people defecting from the rulling party

He condemn the violence and looting by alleged sponsored hoodlums.

He described Governor Ajimobi as an ingrate saying he agreed to assist him to stabilise the state through a working relationship which he betrayed.

 The pandemonium created panic at the Olomi area as the NURTW members barricaded the road forcing Ladoja and his entourage to take a detour based on security advise.

House of representative member representing Oluyole Federal constituency Dr Ibraheem Olaifa condemned the attack and call for caution on Governor Ajimobi

"Our govt is taking over. Accord is where God is. Its only. In Oluyole, we are here to thank the people of Oluyole during our formative year in Accord. Alhaji olalere kamorudeen, Honourable Babatunde Arowolo, Mustapha Rahman, Deaconess Olowofela, Aina Omojola. Mojeed Olatinwa, kolawole Adebanjo, omoluabi group, Niyi Popoola, Moshood Ige.

They are ingrate we were inthe governemnt cos of peace in Oyo stae. We are coming back. We are not afraid. They should be afraid. They are sick. We are not here to fight. The security have done well today. We are all citizens of the state and the security must protect all. Irrespective of party affiliation. All our nominees returned. We instructed them to go with a policy that will impact on people. My nominees refused to dance to the tune of corruption. We are moving to Oke -ogun" 

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