Osun 2018: Most aspirants lack blueprint, clean programmes of vision for state – Envoy
– The political conversation is Osun is getting intense by the day as the state prepares for a governorship election in September
– A prominent indigene of the state is concerned about the language used by political actors to advance their arguments
– He cautions against divisive comments capable of throwing the state into crisis
A former Ambassador of Nigeria to the Republic of Sierra Leone, Ambassador Abdulyekin Abilagbo has chided gubernatorial aspirants in the forthcoming governorship election in Osun state over their divisive statements.
Abilagbo specifically singled out aspirants under the ruling All Progressives Cingress (APC) for “polarizing the brotherhood strings and unity that held together the 27 year old state.”