By Niyi Olutunde, Akure
Few hours after the resignation of the Director General of the Segun Abraham’s Group, Kunle Eko-Davies, another APC chieftain in Ondo State, Hon. Olugbenga Adekoya, has also announced his dissociation from the group.
A statement signed and made available to journalists in Akure, Adekoya said his cease to be member of Abraham’s group does not mean he had left the ruling All Progressive Congress in the state.
According to him, he’s still an active member of the party stressing that he would not hesitate to contribute his own quota to the development of the party.
The statement reads, “following the resignation of Kunle Eko-Davies as the Director General of Abraham group which I personally agree with, I Olugbenga Adekoya aka around the world and my group in Akoko South West and Ondo state in general hereby cease to be member of the group with effect from Sunday 2nd of August 2020.
“My cease to be member of this group does not mean leaving our great party APC. I still remain an active member of the party which I will not hesitate to contribute my own quota to the development of the party.
“I hereby congratulate His Excellency, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu on his victory at the just concluded APC governorship primary election in Ondo state and I wish him best of luck in the forthcoming October 10 gubernatorial election.”
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