– Hoodlums have reportedly stormed the site of the PDP Congress in Osogbo.
– A former Ekiti State Governor Ayodele Fayose was removed from the venue by security agents.
– Fayose previously had Governor Makinde as the leader of the party in the southwest
A report by The Nation indicates that a pandemonium took place at the Southwest Congress of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) on Monday evening in April 12, in Osogbo, the capital of Osun state.
The report said that former Ekiti governor Ayodele Fayose was about to leave the venue when the hoodlums tried to break into the premises.
Security forces invaded but repulsed by the rapid intervention of the police commissioner of Osun, Olawale Olokode and other officials.
The securitization The employees sporadically shot into the air to scare the hoodlums away, whereupon they Fayose reportedly wiped away unharmed in a black-tinted jeep / p>
It was reported that he had made the surprise concession at The Zone Congress took place on Monday April 12th in Osogbo, the capital of Osun.
The leadership dispute between Makinde and Fayose had heated the zone, and the PDP NWC had to relocate the Congress from Ibadan to Osogbo.
The report was made found that Fayose had bowed after seeing in Osogbo that he no longer had the support of many PDP members, as many of the delegates appeared in Ankara uniforms to show solidarity with Makinde.
< p class = "align-left"> In another report, a PDP chief, King Okuneye, praised Governor Makinde for his leadership role in southwestern Nigeria
The party leader said the governor was have brought a paradigm shift in political leadership in the south western zone of the country .
Okuneye said that Makinde is crossing the gap with the hearts of young and old in and outside of politics with a silent but purposeful realignment of Nigerian politics through infrastructural restructuring of the state has conquered
The PDP leader claimed he was convinced and promised maximum support and unwavering commitment to the party’s symbol – Makinde in the region.