Feyisayo Ayodele lashes Ondo lawmakers for attacks on Aiyedatiwa

A chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress in Ondo State, Hon. Prince Feyisayo Ayodele, has berated five members of the House of Representatives from the state, for accusing Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa in an open letter addressed to President Bola Tinubu.

Ayodele who condemned the action of the lawmakers in a statement issued to newsmen on Tuesday, threw his weight behind the Aiyedatiwa’s administration for continuity of late Akeredolu’s legacy.

The statement read, “Hon. Prince Feyisayo Ayodele through his media aides condemned the actions of the 5 house of rep members that wrote an open letter to his Exellency President Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

“The open letter written by the house members tried to paint Governor Aiyedatiwa as a divisive entity that wants to erase the legacy of our departed Governor,Arakurin Oluwa Rotimi Akererdolu.

“The truth of the matter is that our late Governor had nothing but wonderful things to say in regards to Governor Aiyedatiwa.
These are things that are visible on any social media platform if anyone cares to do thier own investigation.

“These 5 house of Representatives members obviously have an ulterior motive to destabilize and undermine the Governorship of Aiyedatiwa in the up coming election.

“Prince Feyisayo Ayodele also hinted that Governor Aiyedatiwa understands the dynamics of Politics and should be very leery of the masterminds behind the scene that propelled these 5 rep members to write the open letter.

“These master minds behind the scene still have double agents working for them within Aiyedatiwa’s government. He needs to take swift action to make sure they are fished out and removed before they displace his administration.

“Lastly Prince Feyisayo Ayodele advised the House of Rep members to focus on developing and empowering their constituency and decease from allowing themselves to be used by political adversaries to destabilize our Sunshine State

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