Some aggrieved members of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Friday, protested over Thursday’s primary elections in Ogun State.

The angry protesters stormed the Ibara Abeokuta residence of former Governor Olusegun Osoba to make known their grouse about the government of Governor Dapo Abiodun.

The APC members said they were not pleased with the victory of Gov Abiodun at the primary election, saying they were sidelined in the past three years.

Over 100 APC members drawn from the various local governments of Ogun Central asked Osoba to look into the primaries, saying many followers of the former Governor.

Speaking, Wale Adeoye, lamented that the majority of Osoba followers who worked for the victory of the present government “have been edged out of the scheme of things.”

Members from Obafemi Owode regretted that a popular House of Assembly aspirant was replaced by another loyal to an aide of Abiodun.

Addressing the protesters, Osoba said he was not pleased with the way they barged into his house, saying they should have sent representatives to him on the issue.

However, Osoba said he had heard a lot about people’s complaints, especially about the ongoing APC primaries.

“I have heard a lot. People are complaining, but I won’t go and beg anyone or call anybody to secure ticket for anyone. I have also instructed my son to fight for himself. I won’t beg anybody, the insult is too much.

“As you are aware, two people in this government are contesting against my son, one Adeshina from Internal Revenue Service and Twinny, but I won’t call anybody for my son’s ticket, the insult is much. Olumide has grown enough in politics to fight for himself,” Osoba emphasized.

DAILY POST reports that Olumide Osoba is currently in his second term at the House of Representatives representing Abeokuta North, Obafemi Owode and Odeda Federal Constituency.

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