Negotiate with us or forget Ogun – Buruji Kashamu tells PDP

Negotiate with us or forget Ogun – Buruji Kashamu tells PDP

The Senator representing Ogun East senatorial District & governorship aspirants of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Ogun State, Buruji Kashamu, has proclaimed that it is either the National Working Committee of the gathering consults with his gang of the gathering or there will be nothing for them in 2019 polls.


Kashamu, who attacked the PDP’s national headquarters for taking sides in the in-house catastrophe in the Ogun State section of the gathering, bragged that regardless of the Court Appeal’s decision, he remained the gathering’s aspirant in the state.

He revealed that the ruling of the Court of Appeal, Ibadan, which put aside a request by the Federal High Court, Abeokuta, which supported his group, had nothing to do with his aspiration & banner carrier of the gathering.

The Senator who confirmed his faith in the Rule of Law, noticed that the present fight between his group & others, was not about is individual concern but rather about the enthusiasm of a huge number of advocate & other who trusted in him & what he believed in: equity & decency.

Kashamu communicated his displeasure for the character being played by the gathering national pioneers, uncovering that the main thing that would be their advantage in 2019 race on the off chance that they didn’t change their methodology & strategies would be disappointment.


“What the party should have done was to mediate between the feuding parties with a view to finding a lasting solution to the crisis. If the party was interested in winning in the state, it should be seen trying to bring the feuding parties together rather than taking sides with one against the other.

“Other factions’ party candidate, Ladi Adebutu, is not my match; the battle is not between Adebutu and I but some people within and outside the state who are not comfortable with my popularity in South West,” he stated.

In particular, the representative accuse previous Governor of Ekiti State, Ayodele Fayose, among individuals causing issues in the Ogun State section of the gathering; he asserted that Fayose was the cause of the present issues.

Be that as it may, responding to claims, previous Governor Fayose said he was not an indigene of Ogun State & had no enthusiasm for whosoever would turn into the gathering’s aspirant in the state, saying all he thought about, was for every individual from the gathering to cooperate to pursue out the present party.

“In Ogun State, everybody is my friend; whoever going to be governor will surely not comes from Ekiti State; they should all work together for the victory of PDP, that is the most paramount to me. The country is sick, we all need to work together to rescue it from collapsing,” Fayose stated.

At the point when PDP National Publicity Secretary, Kola Ologbondiyan, was reached, he neither pick his calls or answered the instant message sent to him on the charges

Talking more, Kashamu recorded how the request put aside by the Court of Appeal appeared. He included that he had, however, overturn the ruling on account of his conviction that the appellate court failed in its judgment.


“Some have erroneously said that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) accepted our list of candidates for the 2019 general elections based on the interlocutory orders of the Federal High Court, Abeokuta, which have now been set aside; then our nomination as candidates of the Ogun State PDP has been nullified.

“Not satisfied, the other faction appealed. On May 4, 2017, the appeal was dismissed. Still not satisfied, they asked the Court of Appeal to relist the appeal. Again, on July 11, 2018, the Lagos Division of the Court of Appeal in a well-considered ruling held that the appeal remained dismissed. It is the refusal by the Court of Appeal to relist the appeal that is now pending at the Supreme Court,” he interpreted.

He included that the 2 requests conceded by the Federal High Court, Abeokuta, in Suit No. FHC/AB/CS/114/2018, were made in a judgment requirement procedures.

“The first was in relation to the National Convention held between October 5 and 6, 2018. The second order was for INEC to accept, process and publish our list of candidates for the 2019 general election. Clearly, the request to set aside the orders of the Federal High Court, Abeokuta, has been overtaken by events. The National convention has come and gone. INEC has also complied with the orders of court and the subsisting judgments. So, how does the decision setting aside the orders of the Federal High Court affect us?

“It should be noted that INEC, as a law-abiding institution, has since communicated its decision to recognise and deal only with the Engr. Adebayo Dayo-led Ogun State PDP exco to the national leadership of our party.

“In October 28, 2018, letter written by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), it was emphatically stated that its decision to accept the list of candidates submitted by the Engr. Adebayo Dayo-led exco was predicated on three court suits, namely FHC/L/CS/636/2016, FHC/L/CS/1556/2017 and FHC/AB/CS/114/2018. It is only the interlocutory orders in FHC/AB/CS/114/2018 that were set aside. The full and final judgments in FHC/L/CS/636/2016 and FHC/L/CS/1556/2017 in favour of the Engr. Adebayo Dayo-led Ogun State PDP exco are yet to be set aside. It should also be pointed out that based on the judgments in FHC/L/CS/636/2016 and FHC/L/CS/1556/2017 in favour of the Engr. Adebayo Dayo-led Ogun State PDP exco, INEC had in an earlier letter dated April 12, 2018, informed the PDP of the commission’s compliance with the two judgments of the Federal High Court,” he interpreted.

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