A few nonconformists on Friday, November 22, asked Adams Oshiomhole to step down from his post as the national executive of the All Progressives Congress (APC). The Cable reports that the nonconformists, who were at the APC central command in Abuja, asked Oshiomhole to leave over his supposed awful administration. “Bye Oshiomhole, bye awful initiative, Oshiomhole must go,” a few engravings showed on the bulletins conveyed by the dissenters read. Premium Times reports that dissidents who were generally adolescents noticed that they were at the gathering’s home office to express their disappointment over the administration style Oshiomhole.
“Our message is clear and straightforward, Oshiomhole must leave. Nothing more will be tolerated, he should go. He has not been utilizing his discretion to tackle the issues in the gathering. This has cost us to lose a ton of states, for example, Oyo State, Zamfara State, Bauchi State, and different states,” Abubakar Alihu, who portrayed himself as an individual from the gathering and one of the pioneers. “What occurred in Zamfara truly hurt us since we won the political decision at first however the court gave the decision to the PDP because of the way that APC director destroyed in certain perspectives and neglected to handle those angles.” The nonconformists were later countered by hooligans originating from the road where the APC secretariat is found. The hooligans allegedly tossed stones and sticks to scatter the demonstrators. In the mean time, government officials speaking to different senatorial regions and electorates in Edo state on Thursday, November 21 passed a demonstration of approval on Adams Oshiomhole.
Oshiomhole, a previous legislative head of Edo, has been in a running political fight with his successor, Godwin Obaseki, with examiners notice this may bring about the APC losing the state in the 2020 governorship political decision. The Nation reports that the Edo gathering of the National Assembly passed the demonstration of positive support soon after the APC national initiative delegated Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano to head a five-man council on the emergency.