28th September, 2010
A senatorial aspirant in Ogun State, Chief Babatunde Fadun says until there isÂ harmonization of the state executive council, there will be no peace in the state.
Speaking with P.M.NEWS yesterday the Ogun West Senatorial aspirant under the platform ofÂ the Peopleâ€™s Democratic Party, PDP, said the governor is not willing to succumb to theÂ order from the national headquarters which has directed that harmonization should beÂ carried out within the party to allow peace to reign in Ogun State.
According to the Igbesa-born politician, â€œwithout the harmonization of the stateÂ executive council, there will be no peace. The anti-OGD forces in the state are over 70Â per cent. That is why the governor has been restless.
“We met with Mr. President in Abuja recently and directives have been issued that weÂ should go back home and harmonize the party to ensure that we donâ€™t lose the 2011Â election but the governor knows that he has lost out. Therefore, he was slow to tackleÂ the process.â€
Fadun said he will be in Abuja tomorrow to submit his form, adding that the politicalÂ situation in the state is not friendly. He urged the President to mediate in the crisisÂ before it is too late.