Sen Ajadi Reveals How He Was Betrayed By Gov Abdulrazaq

Sen Ajadi Reveals How He Was Betrayed By Gov Abdulrazaq
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An aggrived Kwara State Senator, Makanjuola Ajadi has come out to openly accus Governor Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq of Kwara State of betraying him severally.

Africa Daily News, New York had reported that the Kwara State Government which is run by the All Progressives Congress (APC)  party has slammed a suit which was stopping Ajadi’s senatorial ambition for the Kwara South Senatorial District.

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The suit,which had been personally signed by the Special Adviser to the Governor on Legal Matters, Malam Sambo Muritala, will be coming up on July 26, 2022. The suit is among other things challenging Ajadi, who defected from the APC, from contesting the 2023 elections on the platform of another party, the African Democratic Congress, ADC.

Ajadi, a former Special Adviser to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan on National Assembly Matters, fell out with the state government following what he described as a fraudulent APC Kwara South Senatorial primary election held at Idofian, Ifelodun Local Government Area of the state recently. He then dumped the party for the ADC and secured the ticket to contest for the Kwara South senatorial seat.

Reacting to the suit, Ajadi said “it is laughable, we will meet in court if I am qualified to contest under another party or not.”

He condemned the APC Senatorial primary election, describing it as a fraudulent process in which he could not identify the delegates elected for the exercise.

Ajadi alleged that Abdulrazaq betrayed him because, “I consulted and confided in him before taking the shot at the Senatorial primary election, but the process was fraudulent.

“I complained to Governor Abdulrazaq and even suggested a clear and acceptable process which will be fair and free to all contestants but fell on deaf ears.

” I will fight the battle on the platform of the ADC for my people” he declared, adding that ” if my people in Kwara South Senatorial District cannot get the dividends of democracy, why must I sink or swim with a party called APC?”

 

Africa Daily News, New York

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