Akeredolu, through a spokesman, said “it is surprising that anybody would come up with such allegation without any form of proof.”
Ondo State Governor Mr Rotimi Akeredolu has declared that he has nothing against the national chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Adams Oshiomhole, saying that all allegations leveled against him regarding Oshiomhole are figments of the imaginations of those sponsoring them.
The governor said allegations that he was planning alongside other governors to remove Oshiomhole as party chairman was a lie concocted to cause confusion in the APC.
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Akeredolu, speaking through his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Segun Ajiboye, said “it is surprising that anybody would come up with such allegation without any form of proof.”
“I challenge these people to come forward with proof of their allegations. It is, however, important for these people to know that Governor Akeredolu is too busy with state matters and working to develop the state for him to be bothered by spurious allegations such as this.
“They are political jobbers whose stock in trade is to seek the attention of political office holders. Therefore, you will agree with me that the only motivation for them is to get the attention of those in office.
“However, as a loyal party man, the governor is working and will continue to work for the progress of the party and do anything that will ensure that the All Progressives Congress continues to win elections at all levels in the country,” he added.
He condemned those behind the allegations and cautioned them to desist, stressing that the ruling party will remain one.