Makinde Denies Attending Peter Obi’s Rally In Ibadan

Seyi Makinde

Oyo State’s governor, Seyi Makinde, has denied claims that he attended a Labour Party (LP) presidential rally in the state’s capital, Ibadan.

Characterising the report as untrue and deceptive, Makinde, speaking through his chief press secretary, Taiwo Adisa, stated that he was not in the State at the time of the rally.

Noting that the report was intended to confuse the public, Adisa revealed that the governor was already on leave.

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Adisa added that any attempt to damage the governor’s name would not be tolerated and that Makinde would not accept falsehood from Peter Obi’s supporters, known as Obidients.

The statement read: “Our attention has been drawn to an online publication, which indicated that Governor Makinde was spotted among the Obidients during a rally in Ibadan, on Saturday, September 3, 2022.

“For the avoidance of doubt, Makinde was nowhere near Ibadan when the said rally was held.

“How is it possible for the governor who was observing the last days of his leave outside the country to be spotted among the so-called Obidients in Ibadan?

“While we will not begrudge the Obidients’ desire to propagate their candidate, we will not oblige anyone the luxury of dragging the reputation of the Governor of Oyo State on accounts of false claims,” he warned.

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