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Adeleke Don’t Defect to Any Other Party, Big Rumor, Cheap Lies – Osun PDP

The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State has denied any plans by the state’s governor, Ademola Adeleke, to join the All Progressives Congress (APC).

PDP Osun also dismissed all the rumors being spread on social media as false and cheap lies.

Unconfirmed reports on social media on Friday claimed that Governor Ademola Adeleke had sent envoys to the elected president, Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Reports also said that Governor Adeleke plans to join the APC in the coming days.

But the DPP confirmed in a statement made by caretaker chairman Dr Akindele Adekunle on Friday that the rumors are a failed diversionary agenda.

While claiming to emanate from the All Progressives Congress (APC), Akindele called on voters in the state to turn out in droves on March 11 and vote for the PDP’s candidates in the House of Representatives election.

Part of the statement read: “Let me urge the public to dismiss the rumor of defection. There is no reason for that, especially given the impressive victory he led for the PDP just a few days ago in the Presidential and National Assembly elections in Osun State.”

“Osun APC is badly devastated and is struggling to get back on its feet. Governor Adeleke has proven in 100 days that good governance is possible, hence the enormous goodwill that the PDP currently enjoys throughout the state. Voters should therefore ignore the lies from the pit of hell.” The statement is that Governor Adeleke remains the leader and governor of the People’s Democratic Party.

Akindele added that Governor Adeleke remained committed to the PDP.

Evidence of his commitment, which he clearly declared, was evident in the overwhelming votes obtained by the party during the presidential and National Assembly elections on February 25, 2023.

He concluded, “The PDP will repeat the same feat on March 11 by vacating all twenty-six assembly seats in the state.”

Since the People’s Democratic Party cleared all three Senate seats and nine in the House of Representatives during the state’s presidential and National Assembly elections, there have been concerns about the outcome of the March 11 House of Representatives elections.

As completed at the moment, the APC has 23 members while the PDP has three members in the 26-member House of Representatives.

There was also speculation that the PDP might once again secure a 100 percent victory in the House poll, thus breaking the electoral victory recorded in 2011 when the Action Party of Nigeria (ACN) scored 100 percent in the Presidential, National and State Assembly. Polls.

Adeleke Don’t Defect to Any Other Party, Big Rumor, Cheap Lies – Osun PDP

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