… Says Ajayi missed a golden opportunity
Dayo Johnson Akure
Business mogul Jimoh Ibrahim has formally defected to the Congress of All Progressives in Ondo state and boasts that the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) in the state is dead without him.
Speaking during his defection held in lgbotako in the Okitipupa council area of the state, lbrahim, who said he revived the PPD from the dead, added that he will use the same strategy to kill the party in the upcoming gubernatorial election.
The ceremony was attended by former Borno State Governor, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, State Governor Rotimi Akeredolu, Party State Chairman Ade Adetimehin and other party leaders.
Ibrahim said that “although the PPD candidate, Eyitayo Jegede SAN, spends all the resources at his disposal in the election, he will continue to lose to Governor Akeredolu.
“I don’t want to sound proud, but I revived the PDP in this state. I know how I revived the party and I am going to use the same strategy to kill the PDP.
“I have received the broom from the president of our party here. I’ll do something tonight. I’ll give the PDP his poison. I know how I revived the party, I will again poison the party to death. “
The business mogul who said he has tried so hard not to talk about the Zenith Labor Party (ZLP), described the party’s late train with serial traitors on board.
”I have tried not to talk about the ZLP. I pray that we do not suffer in this life. Where is the Zenith Labor Party in this state? The painful thing is that Agboola saw a golden opportunity and lost it to join the train of traitors. Let me congratulate you, Mr. Governor. You’re going to win that election by a wide margin. “
He described Mimiko as a man with a serial treacherous character, spanning decades of betrayals of his close friends and political associates.
He claimed that he joined the APC because of Governor Akeredolu’s advances across the state, in particular his efforts at reviving Olusegun Agagu University of Science and Technology, which was abandoned by the Mimiko administration for eight years.
Upon receiving Ibrahim at the APC, the state president, Engr. Ade Adetimehin said APC exhibits a series of proven integrity and character leaders across the state.
Adetimehin described Jimoh Ibrahim’s decision to join the APC as informed by the quality of people that the party’s reputation is attracting.
Governor Akeredolu in his comments thanked the people and noted that his administration is ready to do more for them.