Oyo AAC Guber Candidate, Okedara Dispels Expulsion Rumor, Assures Supporters
The gubernatorial candidate of African Action Congress (AAC), in Oyo State, Mojeed Okedara has dispelled his expulsion from AAC as a mere rumor.
Okedara in a statement released and made available to newsmen in Ibadan assured his teeming supporters of his commitment to deliver the dividends as he’s still in the race for the governorship race to become the next governor of Oyo State haven’t been cleared long ago by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
“About 12 of us who are gubernatorial candidates of the African Action Congress, AAC, disowned the party’s presidential candidate, Omoyele Sowore, over his undemocratic and inexperienced disposition to lead in the capacity of president of Nigeria.
“In my own capacity and interest, I declared my support for the Asiwaju Bola Hammed Tinubu considering his diverse experience and core values that are in line with my own political ideology, and I don’t have any regret doing so”, Okedara noted.
He explained further that Omoyele had shown himself undemocratic who doubled as the presidential candidate, and the chairman of the party, thereby disallowing opportunities for inclusivity.
“It is obvious he is not in the race and now clears his basic political immaturity and counterproductive divide-and-rule leadership style is not what Nigeria and Nigerians need at this moment. Asiwaju Tinubu has demonstrated seriousness to get this country back on track, and he has a very good track record that qualified him for this Job, hence responsible for my support to him”, Okedara enthused.