Stop encouraging Gov Abiodun to probe Amosun, Ogun Pdp tells Daniel

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By SEGUN AYINDE, ABEOKUTA

The Peoples Democratic Party in Ogun has advised a former governor of the state, Otunba Gbenga Daniel, to stop encouraging the incumbent Governor, Prince Dapo Abiodun, to probe his predecessor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun.

Daniel had asked Governor Abiodun to probe the alleged the allege atrocities committed by ex-governor Amosun in the course of executing some projects by his immediate past administration in the state.

But the PDP in the state cautioned Daniel to stop instigating the incumbent governor to revenge against Amosun, who charged him to court over the execution of some projects during his tenure.

Speaking in an exclusive interview in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital, PDP’s State Secretary, Alhaji Semiu Sodipo, urged the former governor not to encourage Governor Abiodun to probe Amosun’s administration.

Sodipo, who urged Abiodun not to heed the former governor’s advice, said that though Amosun’s administration might have committed some atrocities while executing some of his projects, that did not mean Daniel should call for his probe.

He, however, charged Abiodun to shun Daniel’s idea of probing Amosun’s government, saying that the governor should rather focus on how to steer the affairs of the state and take it to a greater heights.

He said, “Because he was probe by Amosun, where has that taken us to? The probe Amosun did on him (Daniel), what is the outcome? Because he was probed and taken to court by Amosun, so Dapo Abiodun must do the same thing to Amosun, again?

“It must stop somewhere. We are not saying Amosun did well, but two wrongs cannot make a right because Amosun probed him does not mean he should encourage Abiodun to probe his predecessor, and somebody should come and probe Dapo again, after his government?”

“If Dapo Abiodun sees anything that is critical, he should look at it; not that he should come and probe Amosun. You probed me and somebody should come and probe you, all these should stop.”