Leave us out of your problems – Osun PDP tells APC

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Sunday Bisi, Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party in Osun State, has warned the All Progressives Congress, APC, to keep them out of their crises.

Bisi also advised APC leaders to return to political management school before dreaming of returning to Osun Government House.

He assured Osun residents in a statement on Wednesday that the PDP administration will govern the state for a long time.

“Osun APC needs to return to political party management school before dreaming of returning to Osun government house anytime soon because the door is permanently closed to darkness forever,” he said.

“We will congratulate them on mustering the courage to confront the return of their leader, now turned enemy, former Governor Rauf Aregbesola, with an acrimonious stakeholders meeting, the first they could muster since the good people of Osun State retired them from the government house.”

“Let me warn the Osun APC not to use our party’s name in order to keep the APC name in the media and avoid the internal war that has bedevilled them.”

“The PDP has arrived in Osun, and the administration of the people’s Governor, Senator Ademola Adeleke, will succeed because its mantra “Imole” indicates its goal of illuminating the entire state.”

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“The PDP is aware that the APC is using the avenue to flood the media space with different narration hiding under our party’s name in order to chastise Rauf Aregbesola, who has decided to return to the state and celebrate his homecoming, and the APC should learn to mend their own fence and leave us out of their quagmire.”

“As a democratic party, we sympathize with the APC for boxing themselves in because of their arrogance and deliberate disregard for Osun State’s development.”

“While we will not ask the APC not to fight or fund periodic acrimony against themselves, the defeated party should leave our great party out of their troubles or use our party’s good name to alleviate their pains.”

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