Alao-Akala denies dumping APC, submits Oyo gov nomination forms

Written by on September 11, 2018

A previous Oyo State Governor, Adebayo Alao-Akala, has denied plans to dump the All Progressives Congress keeping in mind the end goal to accomplish his desire of challenging in the state governorship race in 2019.

The previous senator, on Monday, left Ibadan for Abuja to present his governorship assignment frames which affirmed his choice to challenge the 2019 governorship race on the stage of the APC in the state.

After two gatherings between the senator, Abiola Ajimobi, and 26 governorship hopefuls of the gathering on Saturday and Sunday, an unverified report said Alao-Akala and a couple of different competitors were awkward with the representative’s non-verbal communication and that they were thinking about abandoning to different gatherings.

Alao-Akala was said to have reached the administration of the Africa Democratic Congress in an offer to be the gathering’s leading figure for the 2019 governorship race in the state.

In any case, an announcement marked by the Head, New Media and Public Affairs, Alao-Akala Campaign Organization, Jeremiah Akande, denied the move, focusing on that the previous representative was not thinking about dropping his desire or dumping the APC.

The announcement read to a limited extent, “The Media and Publicity Directorate of Alao-Akala Campaign Organization, after a cautious investigation of the said report and unwarranted data sorted out in the body of the story, arrived at an expert end that the thought behind the report was a negligible attention stunt went for washing the picture of the political party being referred to.

“The battle association of Alao-Akala wishes to by and by emphasize His Excellency, Alao-Akala’s unshaken responsibility and devotion to the goals of the APC in Oyo State and at the national level and urge his overflowing supporters to stay enduring and steadfast in their faith in him, as the adventure towards 2019 starts vigorously.”

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