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Ogun:Governor Abiodun Frowned His Displeasure With Amosun Election Rigging Statement



—Says he (Amosun) is suffering from self delusion

The Ogun State Governor, Dapo Abiodun, has Frowned his displeasure with the statement made recently by his predecessor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, that the 2019 governorship election was rigged for him.

Governor Abiodun reacted on Saturday while speaking with journalists at the grand finale of the 50th anniversary of the Abeokuta Club,in Abeokuta,the Ogun state capital.

Abiodun was said to have grasped with shock hearing the utterance, saying he cannot join issue with the person who has a problem with self-delusion, who wants to forcefully practice godfatherism in the political tentacle of the State, who wants to run the affairs of the State as personal inheritance.

“I will not be distracted by any person or persons who have problems with self delusion. I will not be distracted by any person who does not appreciate that Ogun State is not anybody’s father’s inheritance, we are all stakeholders in these commonwealth called Ogun State,” he opined.

Recall Amosun had on Friday, pronounced that the election that produced Governor Abiodun was fraudulent and vowed to vote him out of office come 2023.

The Governor further expressed his disappointment that a former governor and a sitting governor in 2019 would price himself so low that he was rigged out of office.

“How can we that are on the outside take on an incumbent and then be accused of rigging out an incumbent in the same party, anyone can explain their failure whichever way they like, anyone can also begin to pant and threaten that they will do whatever,” he added.

Abiodun therefore called on the people of the state to ignore the former Governor statement as it has no any basis of truth.Emphasizing the commitment of his administration to the development of all sectors of the state economy and Frowned that he would not entertain any form of negative campaign that might disrupt the peace and continuing development of the state.