CHAIRMAN of Osun State chapter of the Action Congress (AC), Alhaji Moshood Adeoti has
berated his counter-part in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Mr Ademola Razak over a statement credited to him that the panel investigating the cause of the fire that gutted Reality Radiovision, Iwo recently, should focus its search-light on the opposition.
Adeoti, in a release signed by him, urged the PDP-led administration to expose the miscreants in its fold, instead of trying to witch-hunt the opposition.
He further stressed that the PDP should purge itself of its destructive tendencies, instead of fooling the members of the public crying wolf, where there is none, with a view to distracting attention from its numerous illicit acts.
The Iwo-born politician added that it was a public knowledge that the party burnt the facility in anticipation of a defeat at the appellate court to cover up its records of fraud and misappropriation of public funds, with which it claimed to have equipped the burnt facilities.
It reads: “In the past six years of Oyinlola’s administration, there had been fire outbreaks at OSBC, Oke-Baale, Oke Itaase, Ile-Ife and now it is the turn of RTS, Iwo. Instead of purging itself of destructive tendencies, the Osun PDP will rather prefer to fool itself by crying wolf where there is none, so as to distract attention from its evil conducts.”
The state AC chairman also charged the party numerous supporters and the people of the state to continue to be steadfast, adding that the new Election Petitions Tribunal, when constituted, would expose all the truth covered by the previous compromised Justice Thomas Naron tribunal
He reiterated the need for the masses of the state to always be courageous in the face of persecution, saying, very soon, their stolen mandate would be restored.
He then asked them to continue to seek God’s divine intervention, so as to complete the good works He had started.
Discrediting insinuations emanating from the PDP, the politician said that it was an unfounded truth, that the new tribunal would be on the case for another two years, before it concluds its hearings.
While warning the PDP-led administration in the state, he stated that whatever they tried to cover would be revealed when justice is finally done in the gubernatorial litigation.
He then insisted that the days Oyinlola spent at Abere was immaterial, as Aregbesola’s tenure only begins, when he takes oath of office.
By SHINA ABUBAKAR