Ekiti Guber Race : Accord Party denies alliance with Segun Adewale

A leader of the Accord Party, (AP) in Ekiti State, Akogun Bamiji Ojo has dismissed the alleged adoption of Otunba Segun Adewale, nicknamed ‘Aeroland’ as its preferred candidate for the forthcoming governorship election in the state.

Ojo during an interaction with journalists, in Ibadan, while reacting to the alleged adoption by chieftains of his party, urged the public to dismiss the rumours, stressing that Adewale’s place was not known in Ekiti.

“How can a well positioned party like ours adopt Segun Adewale who has no political party here in Ekiti State?,” adding that he was not from the state and has no business in Ekiti State.

“He has not paid any tax to Ekiti State government in the past, our great party can’t use such a person as a candidate”.

Akogun Ojo, who also a gubernatorial aspirant for the election further added that the party is well positioned to win the forthcoming election, stating that he is the eligible candidate from the party to contest the election based on his integrity and honour.

The Accord Party Chieftain, Ojo, however stated that the party is open to anybody who wants to join with good intention and proper identity.

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