Ondo Primaries: Tinubu asks APC Chairman, Odigie-Oyegun, to Resign

APC National Leader, Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has asked the party’s National Chairman, Chief John Odigie-Oyegun to quit, following his endorsement of the disputed APC primaries for the Ondo State Governorship poll.

He accused the APC national chairman of betraying the principles of the party and seems to be returning Nigeria to the old way.

Tinubu in a statement issued by his media office, said Oyegun’s handling of the petitions arising from the primaries which was investigated by an appeal committee and APC national working committee (NWC) was a textbook definition of political treachery.

He expressed concern that Oyegun override the position of NWC and appeal committee on the petitions and approved Rotimi Akeredolu as the party’s governorship candidate for the poll.

The APC leader alleged that Oyegun was one of the regressive elements who joined the party not because of the idea behind its formation, but because of selfish interest, and warned that APC may eventually becomes a soul-less party if his decision is allowed to stand

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