Several chairmanship aspirants jostling for Kosofe and Ikosi Isheri LCDA Council seats have ignored the false adoption of Barrister Moyo ogunlewe and Princess Samiat Bada as Kosofe Local Government, Ikosi Isheri Lcda as the party favourites chairmanship candidates by Ashiwaju Bola Tinubu.
The leading contestants who had earlier fall for what political watchers described as political tricks that majority of the contenders withdraw and congratulates the purported favorites have been discarded as they all embark on an intensify campaign activities ahead of Saturday Primary Election following the declaration made by All Progressives Congress National leader, Ashiwaju Bola Tinubu stating that “I have no preferred Candidates”
Although, the Chairmanship aspirants from Ikosi Isheri who never fall for the adoption gimmick of Samiat as result of the open reactions trail the reports and less than 24 hours, highly attended general Assembly meeting was organized to debunk her adoption and parade of the various Chairmanship aspirants of the party in the race at the party Secretariat.
According to Kosofe Post findings, attempt made by Governor’s Advisory Council members in Kosofe, Otunba Bushira Alebiosu and Omoba Sosanya and other notable APC leaders to pick a consensus candidate was vehemently opposed by the aspirants who demands for an open primary rather Imposition.
This including some councilorship aspirants who were equally advised to withdraw from the race with the assurance of supervisory councilors compensation among others.
The party financial and Chief Executive of Farmcity, Lanre Carew, incumbent secretary to Local Government, current serving Senior Special Assistant (SSA) to Mr Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu on Land Matters, Moyo ogunlewe, others will be participating in Kosofe Chairmanship primary election this weekend.
While in Ikosi Isheri LCDA the race with about Nine (9) aspirants may reduce to three horses race; the incumbent Chairman Princess Samiat Bada, Loogun Oyekunle Sunday Jegede and Omoba Adeyinka Oyediran before Election day according to Kosofe Post findings.