Ondo 2020: More Governorship Aspirant Stepped down for Akeredolu



Some moments to the primaries, three more governorship aspirants in the All Progressive Congress, APC, in Ondo State have stepped down for the incumbent governor Rotimi Akeredolu.

Their decision is coming a few hours to the commencement of the election in the state.

They include Dr Olusegun Abraham, Jimi Odimayo and Dr Nathaniel Adojutelegan

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Recall that one of the aspirants, lfe Oyedele had stepped down for Akeredolu Sunday night.

The three aspirants said that they took the decision in a bid to move the party forward.

Meanwhile, one of the aspirants, Hon Isaac Kekemeke has said he has totally lost confidence in the process that led to the indirect primaries that will produce the candidate of the party ahead of Governorship poll in October.

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Kekemeke said that the committee led by Governor Yahaya Bello was not fair to many of the governorship aspirants.

“I said as much to Governor Yahaya Bello and his team. They were handing the delegates list to us at exactly 11: 20 pm. I received mine at 11:22 pm on the 19th of July, and I was seeing guidelines for the first time at about 11:22 pm.

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