Stop twerking in Lagos and Abuja nightclubs, face governance – APC knocks Governor Adeleke

The All Progressives Congress, APC,  has called on Governor Ademola Adeleke to stop ‘’twerking” and focus on delivering governance to the people of Osun state.

The statement comes after the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP in Osun disclosed that the APC is hurt by the performance of the governor within one-half years in office.

 

The Osun APC chairman in a statement issued by Kola Olabisi, knocked the governor for merry-making in Lagos while civil servants and retirees are allegedly yet to receive March wages despite increased revenue allocation from the Federal Government.

“It is unfortunate that the handlers of the governor have decided not to guide him right. The Governor Adeleke dancing and twerking session at the Sheraton Hotel is an executive show of shame which has diminished the rating of Osun State in the court of the public worldwide.

 

“I keep wondering why Governor Adeleke who could not justify the receipt of the over N200 billion (net) in Federal allocation within the 15 months of his administration, coupled with N14 billion cash in bank he inherited from the former Governor Gboyega Oyetola, is always comfortable attending night clubs, disco parties and social events in Lagos and Abuja.

 

“Could there be a justifiable reason under the sun for a governor who could not properly account for N39.5 billion Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) in 2023; series of the Federal Government palliative supports meant for the poor amounting to over N13 billion and other revenues from some donor agencies, to take to dancing and frolicking in the public?

 

“Why have the state workers and pensioners not received their inadequate palliative wage for the month of March? It is either the governor is wicked or the state is broke. Even if the payment is effected today, 9th day of April, it can’t atone for the suffering the governor has made the innocent workers and senior citizens to go through”, it reads.

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