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Oyo APA questions Gov Ajimobi’s motive for seeking forgiveness



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The African People Alliance Party (APA) in Oyo state has raised concerns over the preaching for forgiveness by the outgoing governor of the state, Senator Abiola Ajimobi.

The party made this known in a statement issued and signed by the Acting Chairman and Acting Secretary of the Party, Elder Agbolade Busari and Mr. Kolade Stephen which was made available to newsmen in Ibadan on Sunday.

According to the release “Why is Governor Abiola Ajimobi begging for forgiveness from the people of the State? Has he done something bad during his eight misruled years in the state? Has he led the people of the state astray? Has he accepted he has failed? Or just playing on the intelligence of the good people of the state in order to return his successor, Adebayo Adelabu. Is seeking for forgiveness now part of APC campaign strategy? Definitely, Ajimobi knows he has failed the people of the state who trusted him with their votes in 2011 and 2015.”

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The release further reads “the best way to accept Ajimobi forgiveness is to send himself and his successor back to their houses.”

The party also begged the people of the state not to take Governor Ajimobi’s apology serious because “it’s a ploy of campaigning and generating votes for his successor”.

It further claimed, that “APA is the only alternative party of the masses where good dividends of democracy is certain.

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