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2023: I Have Spoken With Everyone In APC, They Are Ready To Return – Alao-Akala

Former Governor of Oyo State, Otunba Adebayo Alao-Akala, on Saturday, says that he has been in touch with all the stakeholders in the All Progressives Congress (APC) concerning the 2023 elections in the State.

The former governor disclosed that he has pleaded with them telling them that the party is for all.

He stated this while chatting with journalists in Ibadan.

He said: “My discussion with the former governor Abiola Ajimobi was much, but in our party, we agreed that since he had been given an appointment in Abuja, I should wait behind to reconcile aggrieved members of our party in the State.

“Some people were aggrieved after the last general elections. Ajimobi knew I was experienced and I could bring them together with my experience.

“I have spoken with all the blocs in the APC and they are ready to return to the party. I begged some of them. I made sacrifices to some. We are all stakeholders in our party since it is not a company belonging to someone, so we should work in unity.

“People are complaining that I left APC and later returned, yes it is true because it is normal to get angry and when they begged, I have to return to the party.

“Those complaining are not competent enough, if they are, they should hold their respective areas. They should win their polling unit, wards, and even local government because we are all stakeholders in the party. Everybody should know their worth.

“They don’t need to be afraid if I would still leave the party or not because there are no permanent friends or enemies in politics but we play politics the way it came.

“I know everything about Oyo politics and I am the only person who understands the game very well, with due respect.”

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