OSUN: ACPP Berates YPP Governorship Candidate, Condemns Court Case Against PDP, Demola Adeleke

The Alliance of Collaborating Political Parties (ACPP) under the leadership of Mr. Wole Adedoyin has restated her commitment and support for transparency, equity and justice in the forthcoming Osun Governorship election and also condemned a court case (click on this link to download the case) https://bit.ly/37iWcXr allegedly instituted by the governorship candidate of the Young Progressive Party, one Dr. Ademola Bayonle Adeseye against the candidate of the People Democratic Party (PDP), Senator Demola Adeleke.

Condemning the court case, which he described as spurious, Adedoyin asked those behind the court action to withdraw their case immediately “if they are within YPP and not agents of APC (All Progressives Congress).

Parts of the Statement read, “YPP is a good party with brilliant and intellectual democrats. The party also has one of the best programmes in the country. Currently under the national leadership of Comrade Emmanuel Bishop Amakiri as National Chairman. The party is one of the registered political parties to watch out for in the 2023 General Elections. In its manifesto, the party called for concerted efforts to improve welfare, fight for social justice and provide equality of opportunities for all citizens in Nigeria. The Young Progressive Party won one seat out of the 109 seats in the Nigerian Senate during the 2019 general elections.”

“People like Dr. Ademola Bayonle Adeseye are the ones drawing the party backward. He is an agent of the All Progressive Congress (APC).”

“What concerns the Young Progressive Party (YPP) with the internal affairs of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and her candidate (Senator Demola Adeleke).”

“He is not sincere about his cause to liberate the good people of Osun State. Osun State Electorates should not take him and his party serious. While other governorship candidates are on the streets campaigning, Dr. Ademola Bayonle Adeseye is running errands for some Anti-PDP and Demola Adeleke elements.”

ACPP finally called on the National Leadership of the Young Progressive Party (YPP) to come out publicly to dissociate their party and candidate from and condemn the case.

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