Ogun Guber: I Have Not Withdrawn from Governorship Race, Says Kashamu

The Senator representing Ogun East on the Senate, Buruji Kashamu, has denied the studies that he had surrendered his ambition for a factional governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Celebration  recognised by the celebration’s nationwide management, Ladi Adebutu.

Recall that Kashamu had final week urged his supporters to work with the Adebutu faction to ensure that the celebration to have a landslide victory throughout the ballot in Ogun State.

Nonetheless, Kashamu stays the governorship candidate of PDP  acknowledged by the Impartial Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC).

Talking with journalists in Lagos on Saturday, Kashamu denied the report and referred to as on his supporters to ignore the declare of his withdrawal from the race.

In keeping with him, he solely reconciled with Adebutu and informed him that they need to work collectively for PDP’s victory and able to help whoever the court docket declares because the genuine candidate of the celebration.

“I’ve by no means issued any assertion that I stepped down for Adebutu. What I mentioned was we must always all be a part of arms and work collectively for the victory of the celebration. If the court docket guidelines that Ladi is the candidate ultimately, I’ll work for him and if the court docket upholds my victory, I count on him to work for me. However an important factor is that we must always all work collectively for the victory of the PDP,” Kashamu mentioned.

“It’s unusual that the nationwide management of the PDP is claiming that Ladi (Adebutu) is the governorship candidate of the PDP in Ogun regardless of that he emerged via an unlawful course of. The PDP leaders are those making a mistake. They’re respectable folks however there are not any two governorship candidates of the PDP in Ogun. It’s the exco of Adebayo that’s identified to the legislation and that’s the reason INEC is relating along with his exco”,

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