The governorship applicant of the Allied People’s Movement, Adekunle Akinlade, has been charged by a gathering under the aegis of League of Registered Political Parties, Ogun State section, to pull back his request at the decision petitions court against the legislative head of the state, Dapo Abiodun.
The gathering which comprises of more than 38 groups and 15 competitors depicted Akinlade’s appeal at the council as “unnecessary.”
The gathering approached Akinlade to pursue the progression of Gboyega Isiaka of the African Democratic Congress, Buruji Kashamu of the Peoples Democratic Party, Rotimi Paseda of the Social Democratic Party, and Sina Kawonise of YES Party, who yielded rout.
The applicant of the Independent Democrats, Adebayo Mosuro, while talking in the interest of his partners in Abeokuta, expressed that reports from all pieces of the state during the governorship decision demonstrates that the race was free and reasonable.
Mosuro scrutinized the APM’s choice to document an “unnecessary” appeal at the court.
He invested significant energy to charge the two groups of the Labor Party in the state to pull back their petitions against the state Governor.
“We repeat our position that the March 9, 2019 governorship decision in Ogun State was trustworthy, straightforward, free, and reasonable.”
“We are additionally explicitly asking Akinlade to copy the extraordinary energy of other governorship applicants who benevolently concurred with the consequences of the decision and moved above and beyond to complement the victor of the surveys.”
“We, subsequently, require the withdrawal of APM’s appeal against Abiodun at the council just as the one recorded by the groups of the Labor Party against Abiodun at the Federal High Court in light of a legitimate concern for harmony and serenity.”