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APC chieftain Moyosore Oladunni cautions ODHA over political situation

A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Ondo State, and former governorship aspirant of the party, Hon Moyosore Niran Oladunni, has urged Ondo State House of Assembly to legislate on laws that will promote and benefit the good people of the state and as well promote the socio-economic of the citizens.

The Akoko born politician and business mogul emphasized that the Honourable members of the Assembly never played the game well but rather making mess out of the political situation which is bringing embarrassment to the state amidst impeachment plot against the Deputy Governor, Hon Lucky Aiyedatiwa.

He also said that the ruling party, the All Progressives Congress, APC in the state should have managed the situation with utmost sagacity.

The former aspirant therefore reminded the Assembly members of the fact that the people of the state will not forgive them if the “messy state” they have plunge the state into, do not stop and said that they should refrain from causing more harm to the entire citizenry.

Oladunni frowned at the sychophants, who must have determined to plant the seed of discord within the governor and his deputy, to know that, nemesis will always catch on them.

He reminded the enemies of progress, who presented themselves to the governor as saints to completely desist from politics of bitterness that had put the state in a bad light in recent times, before the wrath of God will come over such individuals.

He concluded that, the government should endeavor to embark on policies that will alleviate the sufferings of the masses rather than the frivolities that have rented the air in recent time.

He called the attention of those concern to the fact that people are hungry and angry which may trigger the curiousity of the people against the government and may likely lead to political unrest if not well-managed.

“There is hunger and anger in the land, those in government should know this ,if not well managed, it could bring political unrest “

“The governor should come back to the State and ensure that governance starts”

He advised the governor, since he is back in the country, to put his house in order to avert unnecessary issues

“Akeredolu should also put things and the cabinet members under check,” he said

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