Oyo PDP Crisis : Olopoeyan, Muraina, Jogor, Others Shun Reconciliation Meeting With Gov. Makinde
The crisis rocking Oyo State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) took another dimension on Tuesday as aggrieved members of the party shunned a meeting conveyed by the leadership of the party, led by a former senate president, Senator Bukola Saraki.
The Reconciliation and Strategic Committee set up by the national secretariat of the party was inaugurated to put an end to crisis rocking the party.
Aside Alhaji Bisi Olopoeyan who attended only the first meeting held at Carlton Gate with the Bukola Saraki led committee, the likes of Federal lawmaker, Hon. Ajibola Muraina, Engr. Femi Babalola and some leaders failed to show up at both Carlton Gate Idi Ape and Presidential villa, at governor’s House.
Thou, Olopoeyan was noticed walking out after the first meeting ended, but was said to have deliberate not present with the Reconciliation Committee to meet the governor.
Hon. Ajibola Muraina lawmaker representing Ibarapa North and Central, Engr. Femi and some other Oyo PDP aggrieved leaders were said to boycotted the two meetings.
Aggrieved Party leaders present at both
Carlton Gate and Presidential lodge meetings included former deputy governor of the state, Alhaji Hazeem Gbolarumi; former commissioner for environment, Majekodunmi Aborode; former Director-General, 2019 Oyo Central senatorial campaign for the immediate past Chief of Staff to Governor Makinde, Chief Bisi Ilaka, Bola Akinyemi; and a ranking member of the party, Alhaji Adebisi Olopoeniyan.
Others are, one fo the chieftain of the party, Nureni Akanbi; the PDP Youth Leader, Asiwaju Adekola Adeoye; former Majority Leader, Oyo State House of Assembly, Michael Okunlade, strong leaders of the party from Oke-Ogun axis such as Baba Elisha and others .