Osoba Returns To APC From SDP

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Former governor of Ogun State, Olusegun Osoba, on Sunday made a return to the party he left almost two years ago.

Osoba left the APC for the Social Democratic Party, SDP, when the state governor, Ibikunle Amosun failed to handover the party’s structure to him.

The loggerheads between the two leaders of the ruling party in Ogun State informed the decision of the former governor to leave the APC with his loyalists.

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Osoba had a closed door meeting with leaders of the APC at the residence of Bola Ahmed Tinubu in Ikoyi, Lagos on Sunday, which was not attended by Amosun and after the talks, the Osun State governor, Rauf Aregbesola, told journalists that all issues have been resolved with Osoba.

“A time was when Osoba switched to another party, he was a foundation member of the APC and he was in the APC throughout my election.

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“Yes, he was for a time with the SDP, but with what we have just done today, Akinrogun Osoba, the Aremo himself is back with the progressive leadership of the Yoruba race,” Aregbesola told newsmen.

He said further that with Osoba’s return to the party, “we are ready to jointly prosecute the agenda for growth, purposeful leadership, development, good governance in the Western part of Nigeria.”

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Aregbesola remarked that, “The progressive leadership of the Yoruba race is now fully united and are ready and charged to lead our efforts to reposition our land and integrate with others nationwide to put Nigeria in its proper footing.”

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