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‘Why Osun Government, APC, Others Panic Over Our Abuja Protest’

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A group under the aegis of of Civil Societies Coalition for the Emancipation of Osun State (CSCEO) has disclosed the reason why the Osun State government led by Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, the ruling party in the State, the All progressives Congress (APC) and their other affiliated groups were panicky over its recent Abuja rally at the National Assembly Complex, “where Save Our Soul (SOS) letters were submitted to the upper and lower chamber of the Assembly.”

It declared that the State government and its allied in the man-made financial problem created for the State presently which made State to owe workers and retirees alike for period of four(4) to six(6) months of the wages and pension dues respectively,were panic because they did not want President Muhammdu Buhari and international community to hear the ongoing financial anomalies orchestrated by Aregbesola’s administration.

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It would be recalled that members of the Civil Society Coalition for
the Emancipation of Osun State (CSCEO) penultimate Tuesday, January 26, 2016 stormed the National Assembly complex at the Federal Capital Territory (FCT), calling on the National Assembly to
intervene in the financial mess Osun state found itself under Governor Rauf Aregbesola.

During the rally, protesters carried placards which some of which
read,“Osun people want FG to take Osun from Rauf Aregbesola”, “NASS, Osun Pensioners are dying”, “Aregbesola must go”, “No to
Minus-Allocation” “Osun: A failed State under Rauf regbesola”, Rauf
Aregbesola: A failed Governor of Osun State and “Aregbe has sold Osun into debt slavery” among others.

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Reacting to the various statements recently credited to Mr. Aregbesola and his co-travelers after the Abuja protest of the CSCEO over the financial mess facing the State, where the State were presently using all its monthly allocation from the Federation Account to service the gargantuan loan obtained by the present administration between 2012 and 2013 and the State still had financial deficit.

In a statement issued and signed by the CSCEO’s Chairman, Comrade Adeniyi Sulaiman which was made available to newsmen, alleged that Governor Aregbesola has grounded the state to halt financially, urging the State government to stop deceiving the
good people of the State on the present financial status of the State.

Comrade Sulaiman who strongly condemned the anti-masses,anti- workers and anti-retirees posture of Aregbesola administration, alleging that the Governor has destroyed the State financially beyond redemption by obtaining over N480bilion loan with some other loans which the State had nothing to show for it and the State was unable pay the loan in the next twenty(20) years, saying that the only solution to the problem facing the State,was for Governor Aregbesola to open up on the financial status of the State by stopping the ongoing falsehood and attacked on the members of the opposition in the State on the subject matter.

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