Oluwole Oke, a member of the House of Representatives, has urged aggrieved members of the Peoples Democratic Party in Osun State to put down their swords and unite to ensure that the party wins the state’s upcoming governorship election.

Oke, who is a member of the National Assembly for Osun State’s Obokun/Oriade Federal Constituency, has urged Senator Francis Fadahunsi, the state’s only PDP senator, to rise to the occasion and unite the party’s various factions in the interest of all stakeholders.
Oke also said that with his current position, Fadahunsi should automatically be the party’s leader in the state, according to a statement he issued on Monday titled, “Allow peace, unity in Osun PDP.”

Senator Ademola Adeleke, who was the PDP’s candidate in the state’s last governorship election, should have been the adopted candidate for this year’s election, according to tradition and convention.

“In the interest of our great party, the PDP, I am appealing to all feuding factions in Osun State to sheathe their swords and embrace peace, so that the party’s bright chances and resounding goodwill will not be squandered in the forthcoming governorship election,” Oke, who is the Chairman of the House Committee on Public Accounts, said.

“Senator Francis Adenigba Fadahunsi, as the party’s only senator from Osun State, is the state’s leader, while Senator Ademola Adeleke, as the party’s erstwhile gubernatorial candidate in the 2019 election, ought to have been adopted, unless he declined.”

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The lawmaker stated that there was no better time than now for all party leaders, stalwarts, and stakeholders to come together and avert “the looming disaster that is about to consume the party due to selfish interests of some members, which must not happen.”

While noting Fadahunsi’s vantage position in Ijesaland as a means of uniting the party, Oke urged the senator to use his weight, position, and office to genuinely reconcile all factions.

According to the lawmaker, if all of the PDP’s disgruntled members can work out their differences, the party will win future elections.
According to Oke, all aggrieved members who had pending court cases against the PDP should withdraw them immediately in the interest of peaceful reconciliation as the first step toward permanent peace.

“If the PDP wins the upcoming governorship election in the state, every party faithful stands to reap bountifully; the Ife/Ijesa zone may even clinch the party’s deputy governorship ticket,” he added.

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