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2023: Aregbesola, Oyetola Camps Broker Peace To Work For Tinubu’s Victory




The camps of former governors of Osun State Governors, Rauf Aregbesola and Adegboyega Oyetola have decided to broker peace in other to work together for the victory of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu.

Naija News reports that Oyetola had appealed to all aggrieved members of the APC in the state to forget their differences and unite to deliver one million votes for Tinubu in the state at the forthcoming election.

The Osun State immediate past governor made the plea at the Tinubu/Shettima Campaign Secretariat in Osogbo.

He told party faithfuls that “Osun shall rise again. Please, let us jettison our differences and work together. Don’t allow anything to cause unnecessary division. Let us work together as usual.

“We don’t have another party other than this. I am overwhelmed by what I have been seeing and hearing, and this gives me assurance that our party remains the party to beat.”

Supporters of the former governor and Minister of Interior, Rauf Aregbesola declared the end to hostilities and their return to the mainstream APC.

Speaking on behalf of Aregbesola’s camp, a former speaker of the Osun State House of Assembly, Dr Najeem Salaam, and former Commissioner for Information during Aregbesola’s administration, Lani Baderinwa, confirmed that they had ceased fire and pledged to work with other party men for Tinubu/Shettima victory.

Oyetola urged party stalwarts to endeavour to collect their PVCs without hesitation to enable them to vote during the elections.

He added that “I am worried by the number of uncollected PVCs in Osun, close to a million. Please, let’s collect ours. That is the only power that we have. Let us collect them and elect Asiwaju.

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“He has done excellently well and sacrificed a lot for this country. We are all witnesses to his achievements. I could remember that when the opposition party took over the southwest, he was the one that returned the region to progressive government.”