October 15, 2021

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Oyo state: PDP govt disappointing, our people want APC back in power, Alao-Akala claims

  • The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has been slammed by a former governor, Adebayo Alao-Akala in Oyo state
  • According to him, the people of the state are yearning for the return of the All Progressives Congress
  • Meanwhile, the former governor has called on party leaders to be united in other to move the party forward

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Governor Makinde’s government has been described as disappointing by a former governor of Oyo state, Chief Adebayo Alao-Akala.

According to the former governor, based on the poor performance of the Peoples Democratic Party the people of the state are desperately waiting for the APC to claim governorship of the state again.

He disclosed this while speaking during a well-attended stakeholders’ meeting held at Lafia Hotel, Ibadan, Tribune Newspaper reports.

Alao-Akala claims PDP has disappointed Oyo people.
The government of Governor Seyi Makinde has been described as disappointing. Photo: Seyi Makinde.
Source: Facebook

He claimed the many disappointments suffered in the last two years of the PDP led administration in the state has made the APC the best option for the people.

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Akala subsequently charged leaders, chieftains and members of the party to unite and cooperate among themselves so as to justify the confidence and trust reposed in the party by the people of the state, Punch Newspaper added.

He said:

“The good people of the state are expecting much from us in APC as they can’t wait to have us in power again following the many disappointments they have got in the hands of the present PDP administration.

“Therefore, all hands must be on deck to justify the confidence reposed in us. All we are asking all leaders, chieftains and members to do is to cooperate among themselves and fashion out acceptable modalities with which we could achieve the desired success at the end of the day.”

Governor Makinde appoints Emir of Katagum LAUTECH chancellor

Meanwhile, the governor of Oyo state and visitor to the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Seyi Makinde, has appointed the Emir of Katagum, Azare in Bauchi state, Umar Faruq Umar II, as the chancellor of the institution.

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PDP in trouble as APC pressures Bayelsa governor Diri to join APC

Legit.ng’s regional reporter in Ibadan, Ridwan Kolawole, reports that the governor, in a statement issued by his chief press secretary, Taiwo Adisa, disclosed this on Thursday, July 1.

Adisa said a letter of appointment signed by Governor Makinde conveying the emir’s appointment as the 5th chancellor of LAUTECH has been transmitted to the riyal father. The letter indicated that the university would be happy to benefit from his rich experience as an administrator, community leader, and first-class monarch.

Ibadan becoming a darling of tech innovators

Ibadan is gradually closing the rank against the commercially viable state, Lagos and becoming Nigeria’s next most lucrative tech city within the country in recent years.

This description is born out of the city’s recent growth on Global Startup Ecosystem Index 2021 released by StartupBlink. Ibadan’s position rose above 601 places to rank 353rd globally.

In Nigeria, the state governed by Governor Seyi Makinde ranked second behind Lagos, which occupied 122nd position globally. Ibadan’s growth surpassed the capital of Nigeria, Abuja, which was placed 3rd nationally and 466th globally.

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Foreign herdsmen have invaded southwest forests

Meanwhile, Gen. Kunle Togun (retd), the chairman of the Oyo State Security Network advised residents in the six southwest states to be vigilant, noting that foreign Fulani herdsmen are present in forests in the region.

Togun said on Wednesday, June 2, that the foreigners might launch attacks on the region.

He noted that the Fulani, who were mainly from Mali, Niger Republic, Chad and Burkina Faso, had been residing in the forests for some years. Togun said the Fulani herdsmen causing security crisis the country are not Nigerians.

Source: Legit