Impeach Gov. Amosun now – Labour party

Impeach Gov. Amosun now - Labour party

The Labour Party (LP), Ogun state chapter has called on the members of  Ogun State House of Assembly, to begin an impeachment proceeding  of Governor Ibikunle Amosun, over the state’s rising debt.

LP claims that the state was currently indebted up to the tune of over N220billion and Ogun should be classified as a failed state.

The party also urged the lawmakers to commence the impeachment process quickly, to save the state from the “clueless administration”.

This was contained in a statement signed by the state chairman, Comrade Arabambi Abayomi and his secretary, Comrade Oginni Olaposi.

LP warned that “should the Speaker and the legislators fail in discharging their duties towards impeaching the governor within 21 days, our party in conjunction with other like minds, shall compel declaration of State of Emergency by the president through the National Assembly.”

In his reaction, Amosun, who spoke through his Senior Special Assistant (SSA) Media, Adejuwon Soyinka, said: “For anyone interested in the truth, it is so easy to determine by checking with the Debt Management Office (DMO). A simple check on the DMO website will suffice. “

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6 Comments

  1. The only visible programme of Amosun is his trademark cap
    The only good roads in Ogun state are the ones within Abetokuta metropolis
    The rest is crap
    Immediately one leaves Lagos towards Abeokuta, once you enter Ogun state before Songo Ota, it become hellish for drivers due to death trap on the roads
    The road between Papalanto and Sagamu is only good enough for the 16th century
    The Akute/Lambe road and other roads within Ogun state are, to say the list, garbage
    The same Amosun, in the recent past, refused to pay workers a whole months salary following their decision to exercise their right to protest for better benefits

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