Osun State Chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party has lampooned Mr Gboyega Oyetola over his unending hallucinations on his loss at the July 16 2022 governorship election, asking the defeated former governor to leave PDP out of his woes.
The PDP reacting to attempts by a faction of the troubled Apc in the state, blaming it’s woeful performance in recent elections in the state on assumed connivance of some Apc stakeholders with the PDP, calling into question, the leadership and mental stamina of the ousted former governor.
A statement by the PDP state caretaker chairman, Dr Akintunde Akindele, described Mr Gboyega Oyetola’s continued expression of pains since he got pummelled out of office by electorate as shameful and mere murmurings of a lazy sadist.
The statement reads further that:
“One wonders whether the leadership membranes of Mr Gboyega relapsed into coma or was arrogantly left idle that left his party and indeed the state in comatose when he held sway as the state helmsman”
“While the carnivores who converged to rue the inevitable consequences of their wickedness and reign of terror in the state are left with their right to cry us a river, the PDP will however have none of the lazy attempt to hide under a finger of using the good name of our great party to project mendacious thesis of some shameless armed robbers”
“If anything, Mr Gboyega Oyetola should be bold enough and come out clean to accept his failure during his time as governor, stoop on all kneels and apologize to the people for his discretional failure in office”
“A man who sat over the most corrupt, rudderless, yet acrimonious government in the state, should never on whatever moral compass, turn around, crying like a forcefully weaned little mammal, blaming innocent stakeholders in the state for the woes he brought upon himself and his house of classless confusionists”
The question to the grandmasters of failure who are practically shedding afterthought tears in the open market is, whether the PDP or the stakeholders being blamed were the ones responsible for Oyetola’s insatiable greed or appalling cluelessness in government which brought the roof down on his head?
Were the stakeholders responsible for Oyetola’s refusal to attend to the need of the people of the state, including the public workforce who are left to die in droves?
Were the stakeholders responsible for the abandonment of several projects initiated by a government he participated as the chief of staff for eight good years? These same projects are the ones being completed by the people’s governor, Senator Ademola Jackson Nurudeen Adeleke, a man he’s trying to blame for defeating him after such willful failure and the attendant incorrigible arrogance.
Mr Gboyega Oyetola should peep into the mirror to see the face and architect of his own misfortune and stop riding on the back of the PDP to curry undeserved sympathy, Dr Akindele concluded.