Osun PDP knocks APC over statement on Gov. Adeleke’s religious affiliation

By Deborah Oladejo, Osogbo

Osun chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (APC) has derided the All Progressive Congress (APC) in the State over its comments on religious affiliation of Governor Ademola Adeleke, knocking the opposition as “a bunch of disillusioned activists incapable of rational response to state issues”.

The PDP, in a statement signed by its chairman, Hon Sunday Bisi, and made available to newmen on Saturday said, “The state APC has dishonorably derailed to the extent of issuing statements on Mr Governor’s religious affiliation. 

“The opposition is bereft of ideas and has become too overwhelmed to craft appropriate strategies to respond to the PDP government’s great performance. 

“A responsible opposition will focus on alternative policy proposals to counter a sitting government. We affirm that the state APC  is unelectable in 2026 due to its depressional outbursts, its evil legacy and its worsening public ratings.

“The Osun APC left a legacy of squandermania and destruction of state assets. The former administration virtually left the state in ruins across the sectors. Osun people mandated Governor Adeleke to rebuild the state and put it on a pedestal of sustainable growth and development.

“That is the mandate of the Osun people to Mr. Governor and he is fulfilling those obligations. The people of Osun state are also following up with the administration. The people see and appreciate the rebuilding efforts.

“Our people want good governance. They want an upgrade of state infrastructure, good schools, better health access, food availability, environment for job creation and security of lives and properties. They care less about your religion. Voters want good governance and Mr Governor is delivering”, the statement posited.

The party which decried the evil inheritance from the previous government noted that the PDP government will not be distracted from the implementation of its five point agenda which are already yielding positive fruits for the state.

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