Ogun West: Senator Bajomo Distances Self From Divisive Communique Issued By Anisulowo, Others - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE

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Thursday, May 19, 2022

Ogun West: Senator Bajomo Distances Self From Divisive Communique Issued By Anisulowo, Others



| The Daily Crucible | Thursday, May 19, 2022

Senator Felix Kola Bajomo has distanced himself from a communique issued by a group which called members as leaders of Ogun West.

The communique described as divisive in its contents, was mischievously presented in its paragraph 9 that Senator Felix Kola Bajomo (FKB) was part of it.

But reacting to the  development, Bajomo who represented Ogun West Senatorial district at the Nigeria Senate between 2007-2011 distanced himself from the said leaders of the region allegedly championed by Chief Mrs. Iyabo Anisulowo.

While condemning such act, he however admonished the perpetrators of such move to desist and work in unison for the good of Ogun West.

"There was never a time I was consulted, discussed or sat with anyone to give myself into such divisive arrangement. I am an Elder Statesman and I don't believe in divisive principle," he stated, in a statement issued on his behalf by Sola Ojekunle.

Continuing, he added "Senator Felix Kola Bajomo,The Distinguished Senator of the Federal Republic of Nigeria who represented Ogun West Senatorial district at the Nigeria Senate between 2007-2011 has distanced himself from the recent communique released by some people who called themselves leaders of the region championed by Chief Mrs. Iyabo Anisulowo. 

"It was mischievously reported in the paragraph 9 of the so called communique that Senator Felix Kola Bajomo (FKB) was part of that arrangement. While refuting the claim, Distinguished Senator said "There was never a time I was consulted, discussed or sat with anyone to give myself into such divisive arrangement. I am an Elder Statesman and I don't believe in divisive principle.

"While condemning such act, he however admonish the perpetrators of such move to desist and work in unison for the good of Ogun West. He as well encouraged every aspirant to see themselves as brothers emphasizing that before and after politics, brotherhood remains."



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