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  • Updated: October 23, 2022

We Don’t Harbour Killer Thugs – Osun PDP

We Don’t Harbour Killer Thugs – Osun PDP

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Osun State has debunked news making the rounds that Oyeyemi Olalekan Ajagungbade is wanted by the police.

This is as the party also maintained that it does not harbour and is not a breeding ground for thugs.

In a statement signed by Oladele Bamiji, Osun PDP Director of Media and Publicity, the party stated that he had decamped from the All Progressives Congress (APC) to the PDP prior to the 2022 Osun gubernatorial election.

The party added that it upholds discipline, high moral standards and respect for rule of law.

"We must put on record that our party does not habour ravenous and notorious thugs like the APC which habours self-confessed thugs who have been in and out of police net several times, and still on the wanted list of the police.

"Ours is a party of discipline, high moral standard and respect for rule of law.

"The party also maintained that the pain of Ajagungbade’s detection had caused the ruling APC to sponsor malicious petitions against him despite efforts earlier made to allegedly go after his life.

"As a responsible and law abiding citizen, Ajagungbade approached the Federal High Court sitting in Osogbo for the enforcement of his fundamental right to liberty, right to life and freedom of movement, joining in the suit the Police and the APC notorious thug called Asiri Eniba as the defendants in the suit.

“For the sake of clarity, the Federal High Court has granted an order of maintaining STATUS QUO, that is, restraining the police acting through themselves or any third party from arresting, detaining, incarcerating or doing anything capable of bringing threat to the liberty, life and right to freedom of the said Ajagungbade our esteemed member who has been acting responsibly and conducting himself peacefully since he joined our Party.”
Osun PDP also warned that attempts to cast any of its member in bad light will be resisted through the machinery of law.

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