A chieftain of the Action Congress of Nigeria (ACN), in Oyo State, Alhaji Abass Oloko, has berated the former governor and leader of Accord Party in the state, Senator Rashidi Ladoja, for making what he referred to as cheap blackmail against the incumbent administration of Senator Abiola Ajimobi.
Oloko, who was reacting to a statement issued by the Accord Party’s media director, Prince Dotun Oyelade, where he criticised Governor Abiola Ajimobi for terminating the appointments of 12 directors in some councils in the state, while others were redeployed, noted that the Ajimobi-led government is an administration that follows due process, adding that there is no law in the constitution which forbids the termination of appointment of any worker that runs foul of the law.
“The directors were not sacked unjustly as being speculated in some quarters. Accord Party and Senator Ladoja should mind their business and desist from feeding the public with lies. Accord Party wants to cause crisis in this state, but the good people of the state will not allow it to happen,” Oloko said.
According to Oloko, who is also a member of the Oyo State Health Management Board, Accord Party led by Senator Ladoja did not in any way contribute to the electoral success of Sen. Ajimobi as being peddled in some quarters. He added that if not for the magnanimity of the present administration, he wouldn’t have extended a hand of fellowship to members of the Accord Party.
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