All Progressives Congress primary: After losing out, Adelabu shops for another party

Barely few days after Senator Teslim Folarin emerged as the Governorship candidate of All Progressives Congress (APC) in Oyo State, an aspirant for the primary, Adebayo Adelabu has dumped the party, and declared that he is going to contest the governorship race under platform of another political party

Penpushing reports that, the aggrieved aspirant faulted the primary which produced Folarin, describing the exercise as a charade, hence, his resolved to pitch his tent with another political party, which as at the time of filing this report still kept to his chest.

The former Deputy Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), while announcing his defection on Sunday, boasted that, he was taking all his supporters across the 33 local governments in Oyo State to the unnamed new party

Penpushing further reports that, Adelabu explained that he took the decision at an enlarged meeting of his mandate group held at his campaign office in Ibadan, alleging that the delegate list used by All Progressives Congress(APC) at the primary  was compromised

The aggrieved aspirant disclosed that, he was already in consultation with some political parties which would be unveiled as soon as possible, stressing that no amount of intimidation, threat or harassment could stop him from his passionate ambition of revolutionising the political, social and economic landscape of the state.

“All I can tell the whole world for now is that I am going to contest in the 2023 general elections as a governorship candidate, no matter what. No amount of intimidation, threat or harassment can stop me from my passionate ambition of revolutionising the political, social and economic landscape of Oyo State through the machinery of government,” he emphasised.

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