A vote of confidence was passed on a chieftain and ex- governorship aspirant in the party, Dr Oluwole Oluyede by Members of the All Progressives Congress(APC) in Ugele/Arokun ward in Ikere-Ekiti, Ikere local government area of Ekiti State.

There were information that the State Working Committee of the party was authorized by Ekiti state Governor, Kayode Fayemi to certain that those against him within the party be banned for alleged anti-party activities.

On Monday, The executives disclosed in Ado-Ekiti, the state capital that after an notfall meeting that the doctor had done anything wrong to warrant any form of penalty from the party, emphasis that his moral and financial assistance to the progress of the party in the Nigeria could not be measures.

This happened few days after the party executives in Ado-Ekiti ward 8 did the same to Senator Babafemi Ojudu, the Special Adviser to the President on Political Matters, describing him as a worthy ambassador.

Dr Oluwole Oluyede, who compete with Fayemi during the 2018 governorship primaries and 14 other leaders of the party under the auspices of Ekiti APC Stakeholders Forum had on Sunday raised allegations over the downward movement of the party in the state, alleging governor Fayemi of acts hostile to the development of APC.

A statement signed by the ward chairman, Mr. Ogunleye Ojo alongside other 18 executives said that they would not be dishearten or instigate by actions that would put the name of the party in jeopardy.

Ojo stated that Oluyede has not done any anti-party activities, emphasized that he was a vibrant and loyal party man who guaranteed at all times that the party win victorious during poll in the state.

The statement said, ” Dr. Oluwole Oluyede has not for once engaged in any anti-party activities or committed any unpardonable offense that warrants his suspension. We the hard-working Ugele/Arokun ward executives have jointly moved a motion and hereby pass a vote of confidence on him for his outstanding role in the party both at the local, state and national levels.”

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