- Moshood Mustapha vows to probe the government of Abdulfatah Ahmed if he is elected governor of Kwara state
- Mustapha, a former aide to Bukola Saraki, denies being a mole for the Senate president who is now in the PDP
- The governorship aspirant promises to make Kwara state work
A governorship aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara state, Moshood Mustapha, has reportedly vowed to probe the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP)-led government if he emerges governor of the state in the 2019.
Mustapha said he would probe the government of Abdulfatah Ahmed if he is elected.
The APC aspirant, a former commissioner in the state and aide to Senate president, Bukola Saraki, decided to remain in the APC when his principal and the governor decided to return to the PDP.
Daily Independent reports that while declaring his intention to run for 2019 governorship race, Mustapha denied being a mole in the APC as was being speculated.
According to him, his government would ensure that the PDP administration accounts for its deeds while in office.
Mustapha also promised that his administration would change the face of governance in the state as his vision is to create a Kwara that works for all irrespective of tribe, gender, religion or political affiliation.
Legit.ng earlier reported that the chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kwara state, Iyiola Oyedepo, insisted he can never work with Senate president Bukola Saraki and has announced his defection to the All Progressives Congress (APC).
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His words: “Darkness and light can never work together and I can never work with Saraki. I will rather pitch my tent with the APC instead of working with Saraki in PDP.”
Iyiola Oyedepo also described members of the PDP executive committee who welcomed the Senate president Bukola Saraki and Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed to the party as ‘inconsequential opportunists.
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