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Why we may not intervene in Obasanjo, Osoba, Amosun disputes — Egba chiefs


Prominent Leaders of Egbaland under  the aegis of Abeokuta Club have explained why they may not intervene in the disputes between former President, Olusegun Obasanjo and the former governor of Ogun State, Aremo Segun Osoba who are indigines of Egba.

Osoba and Amosun
Osoba and Amosun

The Egba Chiefs also stated that they would not intervene in the misunderstanding between Osoba and the incumbent governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, describing it as political crisis.

The second Vice-President of   the club and Chairman planning committee of 2015 Presidential party, of the club, Engr. Tokunbo Odebunmi stated this at a news conference held at the club house in Abeokuta to herald a series of activities for the 2015 President’s party and the inauguration of the 11th president of Abeokuta Club.

Odebunmi who had disclosed the activities of the club so far, said the club whose members were restricted to Egba indigines of good character, had embarked on social, economic, education, cultural , political, sports, conflict resolution and community development.

Obasanjo and Osoba parted ways shortly after 2003 election over alleged betrayal on the part of Obasanjo which led to the defeat of Osoba who was the governor under the defunct Alliance for Democracy.






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