Former Deputy governor of Osun state, Senator Iyiola Omisore on Friday asked his supporters and the people of Osun state to remain calm and await the outcome of the on going suit on controversy surrounding the conduct of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) congresses in the state.
Senator Omisore made the appeal in a statement titled “Re ” BURNING OF FLAG/ OMISORE DEFECTS” issued by his Media team made available to newsmen on the purported burning of PDP flag and banners by some of his aggrieved supporters protesting against the alleged bias by the party’s national secretariat in Abuja.
The former Chairman Senate Committee on Appropriations stressed in the statement that there is the need for his supporters in and across Osun state to continue to remain calm, be law abiding even in the face of likely provocation as his main concern “is to ensure that peace and stability continue to reign supreme in the state”.
Senator Omisore while appealing to his followers ” to remain calm and await court decision on the issue before any other step could be taken” further urged ” the aggrieved youths to remain calm and be focused on the task of rescuing Osun state out of the present economic doldrum.”
“We appreciate the fears, concerns, and anxiety of our national political class especially PDP, opinion leaders professional colleagues in engineering and academics , business associates party faithfuls elder statesmen, media practitioners and good people of Osun State on the above subject matter” he said .
The statement added that “Senator Iyiola Omisore is determined to see that the impunity in the PDP is put on check and become a past tense being the main reason we lost the presidency in 2015”
Appreciating the concern of all and sundry including his teeming followers, the former deputy governor reminded them ” that there’s still an ongoing case in the court to correct all the anomalies in that last charade called Congresses.”
Senator Omisore however acknowledged the masses of Osun state as his strength and appreciated their unflinching support for his aspiration.