PDP Instigating People Against Aregbesola - APC
The Osun state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has accused the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) of instigating the people against the administration of Governor Rauf Aregbesola.
The APC in a statement issued by its spokesperson, Kunle Oyatomi, described the PDP as one of the most destructive opposition parties in the state.
Famoodun said the APC was the best choice for a better state as a vote for the PDP would reverse all the gains recorded by Aregbesola.
The statement reads in part: “Regardless of the fact that Osun is one of the least resourced states in the Nigerian federation, it has demonstrated perhaps the most innovative capabilities in effecting the changes and development necessary for economic growth in unprecedented circumstances.
“We have seen one of the most destructive opposition yet in Osun over the last seven years and the most evil campaign is in the making to lay to waste all that the Aregbesola-led APC government has done since 2010.
“But you, the people of Osun, have seen it all; you have experienced the difference between light and darkness, evil and good and you are in the best position to make a choice.
“In 2014, amid a vicious PDP campaign, which drew blood and tears from the people, Osun stood firm behind the good, and they threw evil into the garbage heap. Yet, for the second time in four years, the good people of Osun will again be required to decide whether they will reject the evil as they did in 2014. That momentous year starts this January.
“This year, they will be setting up a battle royale in the unlikely event of attempting to capture Osun and avenge the 2007 and 2014 electoral defeats. And like wounded lions, they will ravage the state by discontinuing every policy of the APC (God forbid) that had brought joy to the people of Osun.
“Let it be stated in very clear terms; the APC has confidence and trust in the people of Osun that they will vote to continue with the progress so far made by Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola. That means they will decide to retain APC in power".