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Tuesday, 4 July 2017

Okupe’s exit: Good riddance to bad rubbish —Ogun PDP

Okupe’s exit: Good riddance to bad rubbish —Ogun PDP

THE leadership of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State, on Tuesday, said the exit of Dr Doyin Okupe is a welcome development without any effect on the fortune of the party.

The party, in a statement signed by the State Publicity Secretary, Bolaji Adeniji, described a political party as a free entry and free exit based association, saying his exit had no consequence whatsoever to the progress of the PDP in the state.

“The attention of our chairman, Adebayo Dayo and the State Executive Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party in Ogun State, has been drawn by the party executives of Ward 3, Iperu in Ikenne local government, to the news that of its supposed member, Dr Doyin Okupe, has rescinded his membership of the PDP.

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“Let it be quickly be stated that it is a welcomed development and no one will begrudge him for such a personal decision that has no immediate or long-term effect on the fortunes of the party, both in Ogun State and nationally. A political party is a choice-based association where there is free entry and free exit.

“Whereas, his choice should not ordinarily elicit any reaction from us as his exit is of no consequence whatsoever, to the progress of our party and no one will miss him for any fundamental ideology and value, we are constrained however to address two of the grounds on which he hinged his self-serving decision.

“This is important because he misrepresented facts and purports to embarrass the party with wild and unpatriotic remarks that have now become his unmistakable trademarks. When an elder does not know the limits of talking, he is bound to goof irredeemably.

“Okupe in his distasteful statement noted that the future of the party may not be significantly affected whichever way the impending judgement of the Supreme Court goes. We find this unfortunate because it shows that he is one of those who do not mean well for the party and would rather wish that the stalemate continues; that people like him may continue to feed on the crisis,” it added.


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