Osun APC drags Aregbesola to court, for allegedly factionalized party.

by Adabanija Kamorudeen

Osun State chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has sued a former Governor of the State, Rauf Aregbesola, before a Federal High Court sitting in Osogbo, for allegedly factionalising the party.

The party, through its counsels, Ayodele Kusamotu, Yemi Akingbade, R. Oloyede and B. Nwayen, asked the court to declare that the former governor cannot validly lead suspended members and other persons associating with them to launch a political faction and parallel-group, named Omoluabi Progressives, within the party.

The former Minister of Interior had recently launched Omoluabi Progressives within Osun APC.

In the suit, with number FHC/OS/CS/1/2024, filed before an Osogbo Federal High Court, APC contended that the launch of a factional political group within the party, with the use of the party’s logo, symbol and slogan, contravenes its constitution and that of the nation.

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