Osogbo South Council Boss, Akeem Olaoye Breaks Silence, Says Akintunde Adegboye, Wale Lasisi, Adelakun, others sponsoring my purported impeachment
The Chairman of Osogbo South Local Council Development Authority, Hon Abdulhakeem Olaoye has accused some APC leaders of sponsoring his purported impeachment
Olaoye made this known while speaking with Journalist in Osogbo on Tuesday, that the immediate Deputy Speaker of Osun Assembly, Hon Akintunde Adegboye, Hon Adeoye Adelakun and Pa Wale Lasisi as those behind his purported impeachment by the council parliamentarians in the LCDA.
The council boss explained that he has been in the office since morning and none of the parliamentarians have shown up to give him notice of impeachment, adding that the parliamentarians never invited him for fair hearing adding that they only asked him to present the income and expenditure of the council and he honourably did.
AbdulAkeem Olaoye describing the lawmakers as dullard and incompetent who lack the administrative knowledge of a local, Olaoye said, he submitted the document requested to appropriate quarters adding that, “they are not to receive the document directly from me”.
In his words, “Let me also say that all what they did have political colourations. The APC in Osogbo has been factionalized and I don’t belong to the faction of the immediate deputy speaker, Akintunde Adegboye, Adeoye Adelakun and Pa Wale Lasisi who are sponsoring these lawmakers against me. Let me say that I have no apologies for mentioning their names as they are the ones sponsoring this end of year comedy.”
Osogbo South Parliament
Refuting the allegations of handing over council properties to some individuals and communities, Adeoye asked the councilors to come out and mention what facilities he had given to people. He said the councilors have invited him to several meetings “where agreement on how to siphon council’s wealth were discussed and I held his ground and say no to embezzlement.”
Moreover, the Chairman of APC in Osogbo South LCDA, Mr Kazeem Adebayo, admitted that the impeachment has some political undertone, describing it as “end of the year comedy”.
He said he and other party leaders will swing into action to ensure it is resolved. Adebayo said the party’s stand remains that “Abdulhakeem remains the council chairman.”
All effort to reach out to the Vice Chairman, Hon Bolanle Ademuyiwa, and leader of the parliament Hon Badmus Akeem Olaiya for response proved abortive as he both of them failed to answer our correspondent’s phone calls.