Osun: APC warns Salinsile to stop impersonating as Chairman

The Osun State chapter of the All Progressives Congress has warned, Rasaq Salinsile, the former party Secretary in Osun to stop parading himself and impersonating Gboyega Oyetola, the Osun APC State Chairman.

This warning was contained in a statement by the Osun APC chairman and made available to DAILY POST on Wednesday.

The statement also urged members of the public to stop addressing Salinsile, as the state chairman of the party since he was not legitimately elected as such.

The statement which claimed that at different fora, Salinsile had allegedly, fraudulently introduced himself as the chairman of the APC in Osun, noted that Gboyega Famodun is the duly elected chairman.

“Members of the public are hereby reminded that there is only one duly-elected state chairman in our party who is Prince Adegboyega Famodun.

“Any other person who is parading himself as the chairman of the party is an impostor.

“It is a public knowledge that Famodun’s re-election as the Osun State Chairman of our party was not a subject of litigation in any known court in this country.”

“The statutory security authorities in the state in particular and the entire country are hereby notified to take note of this identified anomaly and act in accordance with the provision of the law of the land should the fraudulent self-identification of another person as the state chairman of our party is embarked upon apart from Prince Famodun after the publication of this information

“Individuals and corporate bodies are also alerted by this publication to desist from identifying or addressing Salinsile as the state chairman of our party.”

“This warning on fraudulent identification is also extended to those who have been impersonating the other duly-elected state officers of our party across Osun State.

“The public is also hereby notified that the authentic, duly-elected and recognized state executive members of our party are the ones elected under the chairmanship of Prince Famodun

The party maintained that it was gross impersonation for anyone to identify themselves or be addressed as officials of the party other than those under the chairmanship of Prince Gboyega Famodun.

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