In what looked like a replay of the 2019 episode ,a pressure group within the Peoples Demicratic Party(PDP) tagged ” PDP Patriots has accused former governor Ayo Fayose of launching a hate campaign against Senator Abiodun Olujimi.
Though ,the duo are leaders in the party the group said Fayose was plotting to allegedly exclude Olujimi from the campaign list as result of the current misunderstandings.
The group ,in a statement on Sunday by its media and publicity secretary of Richard Akinpelu condemned the alleged conspiracy against Senator Olujimi, warning that “it will spell doom for other party’s candidates in the 2023.
It therefore cautioned all conspirators against the re-election of Sen. Olujimi to put an end to their conspiracy forthwith, as it will have a catastrophic result on all candidates of the party loyal to Mr. Ayo Fayose in Ekiti State, most especially the son of the former Governor; Mr. Joju Fayose, who is also a House of Representatives candidate.
The group recalled the conspiracy to stop Sen. Biodun Olujimi from returning to the Senate in 2019 led by former Governor Ayodele Fayose and frowned on the pull her down syndrome synonymous with the former Governor, noting that Sen. Biodun Olujimi is a performing Senator whom the Peoples ‘ Democratic Party is proud to have and a role model to the women folk in the society.
The PDP Patriots expressed confidence that all conspiracy against Sen. Biodun Olujimi’s aspiration to return to the Senate in 2023 will soon meet its waterloo just as in 2019, as the Senator enjoys the maximum support of her constituents due to her outstanding and brilliant performance and urged all conspirators to retrace their steps.
“We implore any aggrieved group within the party to approach the Senator and resolve their grievances with her if they are sure of having genuine grievances and we advise members of the party to steer clear of selfish politicians who are always preying on followers’ gullibility and poverty to use them for dirty jobs while they push their children to attain loftier heights”, the statement read.