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Go For Psychiatric Test And Stop Attacking Adebutu, Former Aide Tells Ogun LP Chairman







An aide to the Labour Party Chairman in Ogun State, Mr Nuru Oketokun has told his former boss, Mr Abayomi Olufemi-Onigbinde popularly called Arabambi to desist from attacking the Peoples Democratic Party stalwart and Former member of the House of representatives, Chief Oladipupo Adebutu or face an exposé of his negative activities in the State.

The former aide was reacting to Arabambi's recent call to the state governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun that Chief Ladi Adebutu be subjected to isolation on the basis of an alleged positive result to covid-19, describing the LP chairman as an ingrate and an unstable personality.

Narrating how Chief Oladipupo Adebutu supported Arabambi to become the Labour Party Chairman, Mr Oketokun explained that "he was the one that singlehandedly paid for the court processes, brought in some members to the party, sponsored the Party's Congress which took place at Park-inn and personally gave Arabambi millions of naira".

He said, "the LP Chairman was no match for the trio of the gubernatorial Candidate of the African Democratic Congress in the last elections, Prince Gboyega Nasir Isiaka, GNI, Comrade Olaposi Oginni and the factional Chairman, Biodun Owolabi who ganged up against him".













"Chief Adebutu gave every support till Justice Ibrahim Watila of the Federal High Court 2 sitting in Abeokuta declared Olufemi-Onigbinde the authentic Chairman and now he is making a U-turn typical of a betrayal, fraud and unstable mind. That is why I'm suggesting he needs to do a psychiatric test because nobody under his right senses would behave like that".

Mr Oketokun said he would be willing to expose Arabambi's many atrocities, if he doesn't stop attacking Chief Adebutu alleging that he has been forging signatures of other executive members of the LP to commit various nefarious activities".

"That was how he presented some LP members as IPAC chairmen during the declaration of Akinlade Adekunle as the APM gubernatorial candidate, where he falsely received millions of naira and later distributed N3,000 each to the members".

Mr Oketokun said, "politics is not fraud and criminality ,thus at this stage no one should be interested in attacking personalities to curry favour or disrupt Ogun State".










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