Saturday, September 05, 2020

OKG berates Alao-Akala's APC faction, says its Oyo's sad political relic - ITREALMS

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The Oyo Kajola Group (OKG), a Pan-Oyo socio-political organization, said on Friday that the All Progressives Congress (APC) being led by former Governor Adebayo Alao-Akala would remain rejected in the reckoning of Oyo State people, as, according to it, the party is only a relic of the state's sad historical past.

The group, in a statement by its Media coordinator, Adebayo Ayandele, maintained that the developmental strides being recorded by the Governor Seyi Makinde's administration and the myriad of achievements, are clear signs that the state is on the path to unprecedented growth.

According to OKG, the state will never return to 'political jackals and ruinous administrators' in the APC.

The group further stated that with the way the Makinde administration has touched and turned around critical sectors of the state in under two years, and with testimonies abounding in infrastructure rebuilding, social welfare and expanding economy, it remains a tall dream for the APC, which destroyed the state for eight years, to think about retaking Oyo State.

OKG noted that its statement was in response to another statement credited to a former governor and head of an APC faction in the state, Chief Alao-Akala, in which he stated that Oyo State is "there for the APC to grab."

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