In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 21st, July, 2020

Video Reveals PDP Members Secreting Taking Oath Of Allegiance

Video Shows PDP Members Secreting Taking Oath Of Allegiance

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A video has circulated on Fb, WhatsApp, Youtube and different social media platforms, displaying Peoples Democratic Get together ward executives in Ijero Council Space of Ekiti taking oath.

 

The revelation prompted delicate drama on Monday as loyalists of former Governor Ayo Fayose within the Ekiti chapter of the Individuals’s Democractic Get together(PDP) have been mentioned to be enmeshed in alleged secret oath-taking scandal.

 

The Nation gathered the transfer was to stop among the get together executives from shifting allegiance to Senator Biodun Olujimi’s repositioning group.

 

Ekiti PDP has been polarised into two factions over management tussle between Fayose and Olujimi.

 

The wards executives, within the video, which lasts 5 minutes and two seconds, pledged unflinching allegiance to Fayose and laid curses on themselves ought to they by any means betray him.

 

Within the video, every get together govt, after mentioning their names, declared that: “If I betray Osokole Ayo Fayose, might the bottom swallow me.”

 

A number of the notable personalities within the clandestine oath-taking ceremony have been former PDP chairman within the state, Chief Bola Olu-Ojo; former Home Meeting member Hon Dayo Akinleye Maxima and Mr Mike Adeosun.

 

Others have been: Mr Segun Ademile, Mr Aniyikaye Michael Ayo, Mr Olayiwola Oderinde, Princess Oriade Adefunke, Mr Ayo Komolafe, Mr Michael Ojo and Mrs. Yemisi Fajuyi.

 

Additionally seen within the video have been Mr Taye Olusile, Osalusi Niyi (Youth Chief), Oni Dada, Wale Owoeye, Dele Mackurly, Mr Abiodun Olu, Kehinde Agbede, Olu Asiwaju, Adeola Adebayo, Kayode Olaleye and others.

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A celebration supply confided in The Nation the get together leaders have been coerced into the oath-taking with monetary inducement.

 

Reacting to the video, former Ekiti PDP chairman, Chief Olu-Ojo, denied indulging in any secret oath, describing the allegation as “puerile and malicious”.

 

Dismissing the oath-taking allegation as mere conjectures and handiwork of some ‘renegades’ in Ekiti PDP, Olu-ojo mentioned: “It was not oath-taking however affirmation of loyalty to our chief Fayose”.

 

“There was nothing secret. It was open assembly. It was not an oath-taking as a result of in the midst of actions there was no Bible, Quran, iron, blood and different objects to swear with.

 

“It was a person opinion. No person repeated something after me. Everyone acknowledged no matter they wished to say on his or her personal accord. There was no particular language whereas studying. It was particular person phrases that have been used. And we have been making their pledges within the method which is an affirmation.”

 

Reacting to the alleged oath-taking, Fayose, who spoke by means of his media aide, Mr Lere Olayinka, additionally denied allegation saying” he by no means coerced anyone to take oath”.

 

“Did you see Fayose in that video? Did you see any object like Bible, Quran, iron, if no, how does that quantity to oath – taking.

 

“When folks gathered to precise their allegiance to their chief, how does that quantity to oath – taking? I can let you know that the video was not leaked, it was launched by one of many folks there. If they’ve completed one thing mistaken, would they’ve launched it?

 

” We’ve seen image of Chris Ngige in Okija shrine, did you see these folks within the shrine performing rituals? There are extra essential points within the nation than what occurred at Ijero Native Authorities.”

 

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