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Adeleke’s probe of Oyetola cover up, diversionary – Osun APC.

Adeleke’s probe of Oyetola cover up, diversionary – Osun APC.

Chairman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, in Osun State, Tajudeen Lawal has described the move by Governor Ademola Adeleke to prove contracts by his predecessor, Adegboyega Oyetola as a ploy to cover up his alleged mismanagement of the state resources.
Lawal also described the move by the government to set up an implementation panel on white paper on review of government contracts as diversionary.

In a statement issued by the party’s Spokesperson, Kola Olabisi on Thursday, Lawal said, “it is funny that an administration that awarded road/flyover contract to the serving deputy speaker of the state House of Assembly without following the due process would now suddenly consider the setting up of an implementation panel of the White Paper on the Contract Review Committee.

“We wondered why it was a day after our party accused Governor Adeleke of awarding state road/flyover contracts to his brother and nephew that he (Adeleke) suddenly considered it expedient to set up an implementation committee.

“Adeleke should tread softly as Osun people are now wiser and knowledgeable enough to read the true motive of his action meant to unjustifiably victimise the opposition for having the effrontery to catalogue the series of frauds his government is perpetrating against the state in the name of prosecution of legacy projects.”

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While stating that Adeleke’s planned probe of his predecessor was diversionary, Lawal added that the governor would fail in his plan to unjustifiably get at the minister whose political fortune was rising on a daily basis.

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