Court of Appeal ruling on Adebutu’s petition against Abiodun raises tensions in Ogun

Court of Appeal Verdict: Abiodun mocks PDP’s Adebutu, says he should “stop running from pillar to post”

Ogun State Governor Dapo Abiodun on Friday mocked his closest rival and Peoples Democratic Party candidate, Ladi Adebutu, urging him to participate in the state’s business instead of “running from pillar to post”. I asked for it.

The governor also said the judiciary has reiterated its determination to uphold the rule of law in the country.

The governor spoke at the Presidential Lodge in Abeokuta while reacting to the judgment of the Lagos Court of Appeal that confirmed his victory in the March 18 election.

“I would like to invite all the adversaries who have tried their best to govern the state. Surely you are thinking of good things for the good people of the state.

“You who failed at the polls, courts and appeals should come here and join us and stop running from pillar to post.

“You couldn’t win elections, courts, appeals, so stop running from pillar to post.

“If you truly care about what is good for the good people of our state, join us in our determination to build the future of this great state together,” Abiodun said. .

The governor further acknowledged that the All Progressives Congress (APC) has given him a platform to serve the people of Ogun State.

He also thanked the people of the state for entrusting him and his party members with the mandate and assured that his administration would continue to be fair, just and impartial.

Governor Abiodun, while promising not to disappoint the people of the state, made it clear that he would continue to build on the foundations laid by his administration during his first term.

On behalf of the Ogun State House of Assembly, Senator Shuaib Salisu, representing Ogun Central Senatorial District, disclosed that the lawmaker firmly supports the administration of the state governor.

He added that the governor is a man of character with an unwavering commitment to the development of the state.


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