BREAKING: Oyo 2023: Adelabu dumps APC

Previous Deputy Governor (Operations) of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), Adebayo Adelabu, has unloaded the All Progressives Congress (APC).

Adelabu made this declaration on Sunday.

Everyday POST reviews that Adelabu was the gubernatorial competitor of APC in 2019.

Our journalist reviews that Adelabu was one of the gubernatorial applicants who challenged the APC essential political race on Friday.

Adelabu has, in any case, said that he has unloaded the APC.

The previous CBN Deputy Governor, who didn't uncover the party where he would join in front of 2023, said that the APC has been commandeered in the state.

Adelabu, who talked during a crisis with his adherents in Ibadan, said that he will understand his aspiration in another ideological group.

At the gathering where the development from APC to another yet-to-be declared party was thought of, were Senator Ademola Adeseun, previous Oyo South senatorial wannabe, Dr. Olusola Ayandele, previous APC representative Chairman, Alhaji Isiaka Alimi, Chief Goke Oyetunji, Chief Kunle Sanda, previous Chairman of Atisbo Local government, Mr. Jacob Ogunmola, previous ALGON Chairman, Ayodeji Abass-Aleshinloye and Mr. Wasiu Ajimobi, a more youthful sibling to quick past lead representative, Abiola Ajimobi.

Adelabu said that he is talking with his devotees from the 33 neighborhood government region of the state to know the best ideological group to understand his desire in 2023.

He said that he will declare his next ideological group in the following 48 hours after a gathering with heads of his gathering.

Adelabu said, "Since my adherents have requested that I leave APC, we have left the APC.

"We will plunk down with our chiefs to settle on the ideological group to join. We will return to APC in the wake of winning the gubernatorial political decision, since we are moderates.

"It worked during the hour of late Abiola Ajimobi, he left AC and went to ANPP and later returned to ACN.

"Simply allow us 48 hours to hit you up to report the following ideological group to join."


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