Osun PDP Condemns APC for Backing Alleged Vehicle Theft Amidst Accusations of Political Harassment:
The Osun State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has strongly criticized the All Progressives Congress (APC) for extending support to its members accused of illegally taking away government vehicles.
The political clash escalated after the APC, through its Chairman, Tajudeen Lawal, condemned Governor Ademola Adeleke’s administration for what it termed an aggressive approach to recovering ‘stolen’ government assets.
APC Accuses Adeleke’s Task Force of Being a ‘Killer Squad’:
In a statement issued by Tajudeen Lawal and shared with the media, the APC accused Governor Adeleke of deploying a ‘killer squad’ under the guise of an asset recovery task force.
The statement suggested that the task force was intended to harass and intimidate opposition members in the state.
The APC emphasized that Governor Adeleke and his associates should be held responsible for any potential breakdown of law and order in Osun State.
PDP Responds: Alleged Theft and Justification Criticized:
Responding to the APC’s accusations, the ruling PDP, through its Director of Media, Bamiji Oladele, slammed the APC Chairman for justifying what they termed as the alleged theft of its members.
Oladele described the situation as a form of daylight robbery and urged the APC to convince its members to return the government vehicles.
PDP Accuses APC of Deceit and Dishonesty: Government’s Duty to Recover Stolen Properties:
Bamiji Oladele emphasized that the government’s duty is to recover all stolen and diverted government properties, asserting that it is not about political motives but purely about law enforcement.
The PDP accused the APC of deceit and dishonesty, highlighting the irony of the APC advocating against government spending on vehicle purchases while allegedly involved in the illegal possession of government cars.
Ongoing Political Warfare: PDP and APC Exchange Barbs Over Allegations:
The ongoing political conflict in Osun State continues to intensify as the PDP and APC exchange accusations and criticisms.
The core issues revolve around allegations of vehicle theft, harassment, and the use of government resources for political advantage.
The clash reflects the heightened tension and rivalry between the two prominent political parties in the state.**Share on Facebook «||» Share on Twitter «||» Share on Reddit «||» Share on LinkedIn