Oyo APC tells Makinde to prepare for governance instead of attacking Ajimobi

Oyo APC tells Makinde to prepare for governance instead of attacking Ajimobi

- The governor-elect of Oyo state, Seyi Makinde, has been advised to prepare for art of governance and stop chasing shadows

- The advice was given on Tuesday, March 19, by the Oyo state chapter of the All Progressives Congress

- According to APC, Makinde should focus more on how to manage the state from May 29, after the completion of the second term of Governor Abiola Ajimobi

The Oyo state chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) has charged Seyi Makinde, the state governor-elect, to prepare for art of governance and stop chasing shadows.

The party’s publicity secretary, Dr Abdul-Azeez Olatunde, stated this in a statement on Tuesday in Ibadan.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the ruling APC in the state had in the March 9 governorship election lost to Makinde of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

Legit.ng gathers that the APC urged Makinde to focus more on how to manage the state from May 29, after the completion of the second term of Governor Abiola Ajimobi.

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It said that Makinde by now was expected to be brainstorming on how to further raise the bar of governance and deliver on his electoral promises.

The statement read in part: “By now, the governor-elect should be brainstorming on how to further raise the bar of governance instead of raising unfounded, malicious and mischievous allegations against the incumbent.

“Like the allegation that the incumbent is emptying the state treasury released by his spokesperson, Prince Dotun Oyelade."

The party said that Ajimobi’s mandate as governor would lapse on May 28, and he still has responsibilities to perform till his tenure lapses.

It urged Makinde to wait for his turn to govern the state, at which time he would be at liberty to scrutinise the finances of the state.

The party said it would have ignored the comments of Makinde’s spokesperson but for the sake of the general public who could be misled.

It said that opposition should be based on facts and issues, and not “mudslinging and character assassination".

APC said: “The vituperations credited to Makinde clearly show that the incoming team lacks a good grasp of core governance issues, especially a simple one as the commencement and expiration of an administration."

The party advised the incoming governor to devote more time to focusing on learning the art of governance.

It said: “We are surprised that the governor-elect did not deem it fit to visit the Sogoye area of Ibadan, the venue of the collapsed building at the weekend.

“If such an incident occurred before the elections, he would have been one of the early callers to the site. This is a demonstration of the true nature of the party and its candidate."

The APC emphasised that the action was a pointer to things to come in the state, wondering if the romance between the people and Makinde had suddenly ended with his electoral victory.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Oyo state, Waheed Ajadi, advised the governor-elect, Seyi Makinde, to learn from the political blunders of Governor Abiola Ajimobi and his predecessor, Otunba Adebayo Alao-Akala.

While speaking in Okeho, Kajola local government area of the state on the emergence of Makinde as the new governor, Ajadi, advised the governor-elect to learn from the factors that led to the outright rejection of Ajimobi and Alao-Akala by the people of the state at the polls.

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