Ondo 2024: Ilutitun APC Youths Deny Aiyedatiwa’s Endorsement

Ilutitun All Progressives Congress(APC) Youths have dissociated themselves from the purported endorsement of Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa for the forthcoming governorship election in Ondo State.

The youths said they have been inundated with calls and inquiries from different quarters on the endorsement of Ayedatiwa by some individuals and cohorts in Ilutitun who claimed to have spoken for APC.

A statement by the convener, ‘Concerned Ilutitun APC Youths’, Olafunmi Akinyele stated that the group was not part of those who endorsed Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa a few days ago.

The statement reads: “It hurts to admit that we are sorry for this abnormality from persons whose reach is not beyond their selfish interest.

“For a fact, none of the persons who allegedly signed the press statement ought to have the temerity to speak for Ilutitun APC while we have an elected representative.

“But these are people who are fighting dangerously for relevance and political patronage despite being around for decades without any positive impact on the entire Moribodo community.

“We have been left to wonder why they have allowed their selfishness to becloud their sense of reasoning and love for the town, if they ever did. It beats the imagination of all and sundry the audacity of these conspirators in their deliberate act to have relegated the collective interest of Moribodo community to this embarrassing level due to their greed, avarice and selfishness.

“Can this their misnomer ever happen in any of Ikale towns? Certainly no. This bizarre behaviour of bootlickers will not be accepted in our beloved Moribodo community.

“It is time to note that Ondo South remains the most neglected of all the districts in the state and it deserves special attention. There’s no denying the fact that for Ondo South to match up with others, it needs gubernatorial power for the maximum of eight years.

“The truncation of the Olusegun Agagu administration marked a stagnancy in various developmental projects being carried out in the South at that time. While we accept that government is a continuum, Lucky Aiyedatiwa and his minions in Ilutitun Osooro should know that four years is not enough to fix the rot in the South.

“Conclusively, we will like to use this medium to warn off the said signees to the Sara Joe charade to desist from selling our rights when they’ve eaten their cakes in full. We, the youths, must develop and take care of our future that’s now upon us.

“Your generation has failed us and it will be in your best interest to take a back seat while we take our destiny in our own hands”.