By Olanrewaju Sulaimon The man called Ibikunle Amosun seems to be the “Self Acclaimed” most powerful politician in Ogun state.
These conclusions are not far-fetched going by his antecedents in the political cycle of the state and Nigeria at large, especially in recent years.
He was and still remained an open enemy to the incumbent administration from the same party. Unexpectedly, Governor Dapo Abiodun looked away as if he never witnessed the days Amosun was tormenting him and his supporters during the electioneering period.
He believed dealing with Amosun might be a major distraction for his administration hence he adopted a system of government of inclusiveness.
Almost all aggrieved partymen were brought into Abiodun’s fold except Amosun and his men who felt too big to join God’s choice of a moving train.
About 70% of them now have the APC ticket and shall be contesting during the general election scheduled for next year.
It is no longer News that the main “Judas” in the State House of Assembly, now Suspended Dishonourably Dare Kadiri, is a tool used by Amosun to bring shame to the state and disrupt the legislative-exe
Now that his presidential ambition is dead on arrival, he becomes a mole and a threat to the rulling All progressive party APC in Ogun State which should not be underestimated.
Looking at the scenario with Keen interest, does it mean that the presidency is not on the side of the ogun state APC and it seems like a privilege Senator Amosun enjoys which is making him more powerful and becoming a chameleon who changes his dress at his will, irrespective of whose horse is gored.
How on earth can a serving senator under a party be referred to as a leader in an opposition party and everyone is silent?
This was the same thing he did in 2019 even as a sitting Governor. These actions are not only barbaric but deserves a very stiff penalty before he damage the whole system for his selfish ambition.
Olanrewaju Sulaimon Akanbi is the publicity secretary of the APC Youth leagueOgun coordinate. He writes from Ewekoro Local government.