I’ve No Deal With PDP – Amosun Remains Adamant

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Senator Ibikunle Amosun who is also the former governor of Ogun State has come out to openly deny all the reports that stated that he had entered into a political deal with which he had made with the Peoples Democratic Party in the state and its governorship candidate, Oladipupo Adebutu.

Amosun had also made this statement on Sunday which he had issued by his media aide, Bola Adeyemi.

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He had also been apparently reacting to some of the media reports which had been made on the leaked documents where Adebutu and Amosun’s former loyalist, Adekunle Akinlade jad signed a pact on the sharing formula of positions after their victory at the 2023 polls.

The statement read “the   attention of Senator Ibikunle Amosun, has been drawn to media reports, claiming that he has entered into a political deal with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State and Hon Oladipo Adebutu.

“We  wish to state that the report is false and malicious. Senator Amosun has no agreement  with neither Hon Oladipo Adebutu nor the PDP in Ogun State.

“This story is nothing more than a mischief to mislead the public and discredit the hard-earned reputation of the former governor of Ogun State.

“We have stated before and wish to state once again, categorically, without any fear of contradiction that, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, has nothing to do with the PDP in Ogun State. And he is not a party to any alliance formed with anyone or group of persons in the party.

“The public is advised to dismiss the report.”

Amosun had also in the statement described the report and false, claiming that it was aimed at tarnishing his reputation.

 

Africa Daily News, New York

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