We’ve resolved Ogun, Ekiti PDP crisis — Olafeso, S’West chairman2 min read


By Dayo Johnson

AKURE—THE National Vice Chairman, South West, of the Peoples Democratic Party,  PDP, Dr. Eddy Olafeso, weekend, said the crisis rocking the party in Ogun and Ekiti States, has been resolved amicably.

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Olafeso spoke with newsmen in Akure after inaugurating the Atiku/ Obi Presidential Campaign Council ahead of the visit of Alhaji Atiku Abubakar to the state today.

The PDP leader said: “We are doing everything to resolve the crisis in both Ogun and Ekiti States.

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“I spoke with both parties from Ogun, especially  Senator   Buruji   Kashamu and Ladi Adebutu.

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“It is a wonderful  development  that we have been able to unify our people at this moment. In Ekiti State, peace is a process and we are looking at ensuring that everybody  works together.

“Politics is about  disagreeing  to agree and I am very confident  that the main issue is the victory of the party and there is understanding between Ayodele Fayose  and Senator Abiodun Olujimi that the PDP must win in Ekiti.”

On the alleged plans by the All Progressives Congress, APC, to manipulate the elections, Olafeso said: “People must be vigilant.”

He said: “We are going to be watchful because  whatever happens to Nigeria, happens to the whole world. On our own part, we are educating   not only the voters, we are educating members of our party ,our agents that they must pay attention to what they are supposed to do on the day of voting.”

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Also speaking, Director-General of the Atiku Campaign   in Ondo State, Mr. Eyitayo Jegede, SAN, said: “We are going to take the message to the   grassroots in the nooks and crannies about the brand called Atiku.

“It is time for the country to get back to business of good governance. That is why we believe that Atiku is the man for the job now.”