All Progressives Congress (APC) National Secretary, Senator Iyiola Omisore is in hot soup.
APC National Vice Chairman, North-West, Salihu Mohammed Lukman has taken Omisore to the cleaners.
He said: “Apart from changing the national chairman, there is the need to also recognize that the case of Senator Iyiola Omisore, National Secretary of the party, has become a source of stronger dispute in Osun State.”
“Unfortunately, rather than serving as a unifying factor for the party leadership in Osun State, Sen. Omisore is more a divisive factor, which may have been responsible for why APC lost the 2022 governorship election to a political mediocre whose only qualification in politics may appear to be comic dancing skill.”
“To save Osun State and bring it back to its old standard of national political reckoning, Omisore would need to resign as National Secretary of APC, and a new unifying National Secretary elected.”
“Beyond Omisore, similarly, any member of the National Working Committee, NWC, of the party, who is not a unifying leader in his/her state should be changed.”
Besides, in an interview on the Africa Independent Television (AlT) on Tuesday, March 14, Lukman accused Omisore of mismanaging funds deployed for the last Osun State governorship election.