Oyo ADC crises resolution not in Sight.

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The crises rocking the Africa Democratic Congress in Oyo state may not be coming to an end any time soon as sources has exclusively informed Sunrisebulletin.com that the break away faction from the ruling All Progressive Congress in the state also known as Unity forum may have decided to leave the embattled party in other to achieve their 2019 political aspirations .

Though the out come of the meeting held Monday with ex Nigeria President Olusegun Obasanjo, by warring parties in Oyo ADC is yet to be revealed, sources who spoke to Sunrisebulletin.com, said the Unity forum do not think that the meeting called by OBJ will yield any positive results, as the action taken by the Senator Rashidi Ladoja a former governor of Oyo state and chief Michael Koleosho a one time Secretary to Oyo state government, in organizing a party Congress termed illegal, seem premeditated and has breached trust, making working together rather difficult said the source.
Another source informed Sunrisebulletin.com that negotiations are on going with other political parties on the likely platform the Unity Forum may adopt, while some members of the forum are clamouring for Action Allaince AA, others are said to be in favour of the Action Democratic Party, ADP. It was however revealed that a definite decision will be reached in the coming days.
It will be recalled that the imbroglio in the Oyo ADC started when a faction of the party in Oyo state led by Senator Ladoja and Chief Michael Koleosho held a Congress that excluded members of the Unity forum, who many believed are in the majority. The Unity forum leader Dr. Busari Adebisi described the said Congress as not only spurious but also curious, a Congress many have said it’s illegal, if the intervention of chief Olusegun Obasanjo will bring solace to the trouble party remains to be seen.
However, Sunrisebulletin.com has been informed that leaders of the Unity forum, will meet today or tomorrow to delibrate on the out come of the meeting with former President Olusegun Obasanjo.
Meanwhile Sunrisebulletin.com has learnt that the ADC has released the cost of nomination and expression of interest forms, for the various positions, House of Assembly aspirants are expected to pay four hundred and fifty thousand naira( N450,000), House of representatives aspirants are to pay one million naira only, (N1,000,000) while Senatorial and governorship aspirants are to pay two million, five hundred thousand naira, (N2, 500,000) and six million naira.( N6,000,000) respectively.
Sunrisebulletin.com will keep you posted as events unfolds in Oyo ADC.

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