A member of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kosofe, Qs. Sina Bilesanmi in his comment posted on his Facebook on April 29, 2020 around 3:00Pm announced his intention to give 50 persons 2000 Naira each and demanded for their account details.
In the first of it’s kind responses monitored by Kosofe Post amid the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown on his wall over 160 persons shown interest by dropping their bank details openly,. which has been the recurring tradition during stay home orders over the social media space.
However, following the long list of the beneficiaries announced by the sponsor, Sina today triggered criticism from a prominent supporter of the Chairman House Committee on information and strategy of the Lagos State House of Assemby, Tunde Braimoh; Rosemary Gbogidi.
Gbogidi on Friday accused the APC 2018 House of Assemby Aspirants for Kosofe Constituency ll of not channeling his donations through the party, APC structures in Kosofe ll.
Further urged him to be more relevant in APC he must route all his empowerment programmes througb the party to have a sense of belonging.
In his response Sina accused Gbogidi of been hired, rented and paid to make such uniformed and deformed comments on what she knew nothing about.
According to Kosofe Post findings since the Lockdown majority of the politicians distributed both materials and cash palliative packages to their loyal and committed party members, followers, supporters, partners and wellwishers respectively. Even community and online media practitioners were not regarded as critical stakeholder as they placed more premium on good boys and Agberos than them.
It would be also recalled that in 2018 there was strong hostility between Tunde Braimoh and Sina Bilesanmi in the build up to APC primary elections which later led to the duo been invited to the Alapere Divisional Police station over campaign poster and banner destruction among others.