Lagos APC denies factionalisarion of Party
The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Alimosho federal Constituency of Lagos state has denied rumour of factionalisation of its leadership, saying that all elected party executives of the party are united to face the task ahead.
In a statement issued and signed by Mr. Kayode Odunaro, Special Adviser (Media and Publicity) to Senator Solomon Adeola Olamilekan which was made available to DAILY ASSET, he stated that the Alimosho chapter of APC has reaffirmed its loyalty to the National leader of the Party, Senator Ahmed Bola Tinubu, while Lagos governor was endorsed for second term in office.
At a party event at the Constituency office of the Senator representing Lagos West Senatorial district, Solomon Adeola Olamilekan, Sunday, they said, division rumours were peddled by political opponents.
“We are aware of social media war orchestrated by political opponents as a way of weakening Alimosho chapter of APC, but we all gather at the Constituency office of Yayi to say there is no division among us’, the statement said.
The statement quoted Senator Solomon Adeola Olamilekan as saying ” rumour peddlers as those who benefitted from the system in the past, but turned around trying to destroy the party.”
The statement pointed that all the Six local government Chairmen and 36 wards as well as federal and state lawmakers from Alimosho federal Constituency took turns to speak on the future of the party.
He said: “Leaders who spoke have captured the whole scenario. Alimosho is bigger than most states. The social media reports are artificial. Alimosho remain indivisible. There is nothing like division.”
“The leaders here are the leaders of Alimosho. They are the leaders of the party in the constituency. Those you see complaining outside are the beneficiary of the old system. They are former commissioners, special advisers and are still complaining.
“Those you see here are the authentic party leaders from wards to the local government areas. We are united and will continue to be united. There is no division in the constituency,” he said.
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