PDP Angry Over Burning Of Party’s Flag By Senator Omisore
The Osun State Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) stakeholders, under the aegis of Ex-PDP Political Office Holders, have condemned strongly, the burning of the party’s flags in Osogbo by Sen. Iyiola Omisore’s suspected supporters.
The group, during a news conference in Osogbo on Friday, said that they were saddened and disappointed by the action of Omisore, who they accused of supervising the burning of the flags.
Mr Tajudeen Adeyemi, the spokesman of the group, said that Omisore must tender an unreserved apology within 72 hours or be ready to face a disciplinary action.
He said: “The forum of ex-PDP political office holders in Osun state make the following demands:
“That Otuba Iyiola Omisore must within the next 72hours condemn the barbaric action of the hoodlums who desecrated the PDP flag in his office yesterday and tender an unreserved apology to the leadership of the party for the unacceptable conduct
“That Otunba Omisore must unequivocally state his stance on the continued membership of the party or otherwise rather in view of the conflicting statements emanating from his aides and confidants in the last 24 hours.
“That in the event of Otunba Omisore choosing to remain in the PDP, he must within the same 72hours withdraw all court cases instituted by him through his proxies and explore the internal mechanism in the party to resolve any grievances he has.
“That in the event of a failure of Otunba Omisore to do the above, we call the leadership of the party at all levels to take appropriate disciplinary action against him in order to show that no single individuals inordinate ambition is above the larger interest of the party.”