Your accusation of Adeleke’s misrule is baseless – As a result, the Osun PDP surprises the APC

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As a sign of desperation, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State has characterized the recent accusations made by the All Progressives Congress (APC).

According to a statement that was acquired by NICKNAMES on Wednesday and signed by the party’s chairman, Sunday Bisi:

The state APC’s actions and responses show that Governor Adeleke has completely silenced his opponents. The APC’s response strategy of spreading false information and propaganda has further lowered the opposition’s approval rating to below 10%, while Mr. Governor’s is at an all-time high.

Governor Adeleke has already broken all records set between 2018 and 2022, and the opposition should just admit it now, as we approach the midterms.

In just over a year and a half on the job, Governor Adeleke has accomplished more than the previous administration managed in four years. Meanwhile, the present administration has set in motion unprecedented levels of development in areas such as healthcare, education, water, infrastructure, and worker welfare.

In spite of the Adeleke administration’s efforts to improve workers’ and pensioners’ living conditions and pay off half of their outstanding debts, the party that was in power when these issues arose is not afraid to accuse the current administration of doing the same.

“Refusing to draw security votes and instead directing that such funds should be channeled to the development of the state—Osun is proud of a Governor Adeleke.”

The Osun APC had previously accused Governor Adeleke of showing a lack of concern for the state workers in a statement written by its chairman, Tajudeen Lawal.

While state government employees and retirees waited for their March paychecks, Adeleke was allegedly enjoying herself at the 82nd birthday celebration of Juju music legend Ebenezer Obey, according to the Osun APC.

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“While it is commendable for a governor to pay tribute to a distinguished Nigerian like Chief Ebenezer Obey, the timing was highly inappropriate for this incompetent leader, who has failed to fulfill his domestic responsibilities despite the increased federal funding for the state,” Lawal stated.

Adeleke’s twerking and singing session at the Sheraton Hotel is a disgraceful executive performance that has brought poor publicity to Osun State around the world.

“Is there any reasonable explanation for a governor to engage in public dancing and frolicking when he failed to properly account for N39.5 billion in Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) in 2023, over N13 billion in federal palliative supports meant for the poor, and other funds from various donor agencies?”

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