Mandate Group Debunks Alleged Rift Between Aregbesola and Tinubu

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Mandate group debunks alleged rift between Aregbesola and Tinubu

…Says Aregbesola is an example of loyalty and dedication

By Samuel Ogunsona

The Mandate Movement of the All Progressive Congress in Mushin, Lagos State has debunked the alleged rift between Minister of Interior, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola and Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.

Reacting to the report on Tuesday made available to Irohinoodua, the Principal Coordinator of the group, Prince Wale Arogundade while reacting said the news was nothing but concocted lies and fruitless exercise to give the two leaders hard-earned reputation a bad one.

Arogundade said,  “I think the online publication that Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola and Asiwaju Bola Tinubu are currently in a “cold war” should be considered as gibberish of a fool. I am quite sure that nothing of such is true.

“It’s good that we have all heard from the horses mouth and he (Aregbesola) has debunked claims of nursing a presidential ambition ahead of the 2023 vote.”

Furthermore, Prince Arogundade further hailed the former Osun state Governor, referring to him as an example of loyalty dedication.

“If you want to sight an example of loyalty and dedication, don’t mention any other name than Aregbesola. His loyalty to Asiwaju is not only total like he said, but his commitment to whatever the leader wants is unwavering and unarguable.”

The Coordinator continued: “Oga already said he knows where the story came from and the identity of those sponsoring it. I will not only advise them to stop their mischievous act but bury it totally. We are all committed to Aregbesola, which translates to being committed to Asiwaju, our groups are intact and working daily to achieve our leaders ambition,” he added.

Prince Arogundade reiterated that the APC is one, and urged every well meaning members of the party to ignore the publication in its entirety and refrain from being distracted from the goal of building a stronger APC.

Aregbesola served as Tinubu’s Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure in Lagos before heading back home to contest and win the Osun governorship election.

He served as Osun Governor from 2010 to 2018 and currently the Minister of Interior under the President Buhari administration.

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