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Ogun APC Crisis: Your demands for peace is unacceptable, Dapo Abiodun tells Amosun loyalists

The Ogun state All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate, Dapo Abiodun has stated clearly that the Governor Ibikunle Amosun’s loyalists’  demands for peace in the party is not in conformity with Nigerian Constitution, the APC constitution and the Electoral Act, hence, not acceptable.

The billionaire politician who rejected the Amosun’s faction condition for peace made this known to the media through Campaign Director-General,  Segun Adesegun.

Abiodun was reacting to the demands made by  Amosun’s loyalists during a meeting with a delegation of the APC  Presidential Reconciliation  Committee, led by a zonal coordinator of the panel, Sandra Oladele.

The panel had on Saturday held a closed-door meeting with all the 26 candidates who were declared winners in the  APC’s primaries on October 7  by the National Working Committee Primary Committee, but their names omitted from the final list.

Addressing the committee on behalf of Amosun’s loyalists, the state Chairman of the party, Chief   Derin Adebiyi, who was represented by Ogun Central Senatorial   District, Chief Yomi Ademefun, said the only solution to the crisis was for the NWC to return their “stolen mandates”.

Other demands are a declaration of  Adekunle Akinlade as the authentic APC governorship candidate and the recognition of the results of the state assembly primaries that produced the 26  candidates for the state legislature.

But Abiodun said he was not satisfied with the demands.

He stated, “The constitution stipulates who can contest. The party’s constitution stipulates the process of the primaries and if there are issues, how they will be resolved. The Electoral Act stipulates the time frame to submit the list of candidates.

“Whatever anybody is saying should fall within the laws. We talk to each other. We are in the process of reaching out to them. Even if they bring any demand, we cannot say they should get out; we will tolerate each other.”

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