Sulyman Buhari, previous spokesman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kwara State, has rejected a remark by ex-State Publicity Secretary of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Kola Olawoye, on Senate President Bukola Saraki.
Kola had affirmed that Saraki had guaranteed most political office holders in the state programmed ticket for re-race keeping in mind the end goal to anchor their help.
23 out of the 24 House of Assembly individuals, two Senators (Rafiu Adebayo, Kwara South and Shaaba Lafiagi, Kwara North), all the 6 individuals from the House of Representatives and the every one of the 16 board administrators in the state deserted with Saraki.
Olawoye had affirmed that Saraki guaranteed the workplace holders that they would come back to their situations in 2019.
He told Guardian: “It would have been an out of line bargain for us to have remained back in PDP in the wake of becoming aware of Saraki’s deserting. What could have been our destiny when he had just guaranteed each one of those holding elective positions programmed tickets?
“That is our fundamental grouse with him. His style is at change with African culture of offering appreciation to the proprietor of the house. At the APC, despite the fact that we are more in number we had made due with 50/50 offer of portfolios.
“This is unadulterated majority rule government at work. The prior we teach this temperance in us the better for popular government and the eventual fate of our youngsters.”
Responding, Buhari said Olawoye’s case was false, demanding that Saraki is a respecter of law and couldn’t have guaranteed programmed tickets
His words: “Our pioneer is a cooperative person and had at no time pondered finish assume control of the PDP as affirmed. He has confidence in popularity based standards and would do everything inside the ambit of applicable laws to protect it desirously.
“In all actuality Olawoye and his gathering had officially settled on what they would do even before Saraki joined the PDP. Thus, it is uncalled for to disparage our pioneer as ailing in equitable standards.”