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Ifedayo PDP Elder's Caucus To Caretaker Members: "You Are Good Ambassadors Of Our Party"

Arising from their monthly meeting, the Ifedayo Elders' caucus of the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has lambasted the opposition APC in the State for resulting into blackmails and spins propaganda against the Caretaker Chairman and some of his members in the local government. 

Recall that there was a press release signed by the Osun APC Chairman, Mr Taju Lawal, where it was stated that the Ifedayo LG Caretaker Chairman, Hon. Kayode Atolagbe and some of his members removed and sold solar lights installed by the defeated Senator Ajibola Basiru. 
The elders' caucus frowned at the blackmail by the Osun APC, as they called on the citizens of the local government to ignore the lies. 

The highest organ of the party in the local government said though they are not surprised by the tactics employed by the opposition APC, just to tarnish the good image of the present Caretaker members in the local government, after they've tried so many options just to discredit the administration without success

"It's laughable reading a poorly worded press release from the depleted APC in Osun, claiming that the Ifedayo Local Government Caretaker Chairman removed and sold solar lights installed by Ajibola Basiru. One will want to ask, how many solar lights were installed by Basiru when he was at the Senate? If he had done as much as 32 solar light in a community like Ora Igbomina,  he wouldn't have been rated as the worst Senator ever produced from Osun central, hence his woeful performance at the poll.

"Those that were removed for repairs were the ones installed during the administration of our dear leader, Prince Olagunsoye Oyinlola. We have the briefing before they were removed.
 However, we are not unaware of the clandestine activities of some individuals within the ruling party, who are being pushed  by inordinate ambitions and desperations  working with the APC just to discredit the PDP government at the local government. 
At the appropriate time, they shall be adequately sanctioned. 

The body, unequivocally warned  the collaborators who are claiming to be members of the PDP but stylishly working for the APC to desist as they are being monitored. 

The elders' caucus said "It's sad that despite what the people of Osun faced under the ruinous APC, we can still have some individuals within the ruling party working as their agents just to destabilise the party and the government, this will not be allowed.

The elders' caucus also used the meeting to pass vote of confidence on the Caretaker Chairman, Hon. Kayode Atolagbe and all his members, as they admonished them not to be distracted. 

"We want to say it unequivocally that, as the conscience of the party in Ifedayo local government, all our Caretaker members both at the mother council and area office are doing fantastically well. They are good ambassadors of our great party."

The group also congratulated the governor for the deserved honor bestowed on him as the Asiwaju of Edeland and extolled his virtue as an uncommon Leader with compassion and passion to serve. They highlighted Governor Ademola Adeleke's people oriented programmes and charged him to keep the flag flying. 

"It's undeniable fact that the administration of Governor Ademola Adeleke, the Asiwaju of Edeland, is delivering on what he promised the people of Osun. Is it the infrastructural development, worker's welfare, our health sector, resuscitation of our agricultural sector etc? These have made the APC to be dumbfounded in Osun. This is just the beginning, many goodies are on the way for our people.

"We just want to appeal to our people to keep supporting the PDP administration in Osun state. We cannot afford men of yesterday who have basterdised the state to come back again. Never, we must not allow them."


1. Chief Olufemi Omotara
2. Alh. Yisa Adebayo
3. Hon. Seyi Babatunde 
4. Hon. Yemi Adeoti 
5. Hon. Lekan Osundina 
6. Alh. Tunji Awotayo
7. Hon. (Mrs) Tunrayo Abatan
8. Hon. (Mrs) Taibat Abidoye 
9. Hon. Isiaka Olajide
10. Hon. Kayode Ajiboye
11. Mrs Adunni Awoniyi
12. Hon. Ayorinde Fatai
13. Alh. Gani Lawal.
14. Dr. Wuyi Ogunkunle

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