Ajuloopin Constituency Factional APC Chairmen Furious, Describes Lawmaker as Ingrate


    The factional All Progressives Congress (APC) chairmen from the Four Local Government Areas that made up of Hon. Olawuyi Ajuloopin Federal Constituency Oke-Ero/Isis/Ekiti and Irepodun on Monday berated the Lawmaker said his response to Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed was full of hypocrisy because of second term ticket.

    Addressing Journalists on behalf of others, Irepodun factional party’s chairman, Engr. Shittu Muideen said that the House of Representatives member’s “surreptitious moves has unearthed Ajuloopin’s odours of treachery, and the good people of Kwara State have now caught a whiff of it”

    “Ajuloopin’s gross adoption of vulgarism towards Alhaji Lai Muhammad, a man who single-handedly supported his 1st and 2nd term elections with adequate provision of logistics in Ekiti, Irepodun, Isin and Oke-ero Federal Constituency has unveiled the fact that all things truly wicked starts from innocence”

    “Interestingly, his attempts to ridicule the minister has also caught the governor within his naively positioned crosshairs. He has failed from the onset to brace his principal from his forlorn onslaught because the whereabouts of the said sum of money can best be explained by the governor himself and posterity will judge”

    His wanton inquisition into the disbursement of the sum of 50million Naira during the electioneering period is a euphoric attempt towards kissing the dirty boot of Governor AbdulRasaq AbdulRahman”

    “There is no gainsaying the fact that Ajuoolopin is now reeling in the inevitability of power intoxication when he decided to keep whipping up a dead horse, by tabling before the press the least ambiguous of issues in respect to the funding of the 2019 elections”

    “Hence, it is now obvious that his pull-him-down syndrome is merely about getting another ticket come 2023.”

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