I Will Revisit Cases Of Sacked Workers In Oyo State ― Makinde

I Will Revisit Cases Of Sacked Workers In Oyo State ― Makinde

The gubernatorial candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Oyo state, Engineer Seyi Makinde has promised to revisit the cases of workers who were arbitrarily sacked in the state without proper recourse to civil service rules and legality.

Makinde made know through a statement issued from his campaign organisation and signed by Prince Dotun Oyelade on Wednesday.

The PDP flag bearer said that he does not understand why a democratically elected administration will refuse to obey a court ruling that orders reinstatement of a worker who has been wrongfully sacked.

According to him, “a committee will be set up on assumption of office to look into the serial cases of miscarriage of justice and reprieve will come the way of the long suffering workers”, noting that he has no choice because it is the right thing to do revealing that he has received a deluge of complaints from those who are genuinely aggrieved.

On Governor Ajimobi’s boast that in spite of losing the Senatorial election, he will still install Mr Bayo Adelabu as governor to succeed him, Makinde said that if the governor would learn any lesson, it was his attempt to play God that made him lose the senatorial election even as a sitting governor.

According to him, “his Godson Chief Bayo Adelabu will suffer worst defeat because everyone with voters card in Oyo state will turn out to vote out a man who has  promised to continue Senator Abiola Ajimobi’s forgettable legacy of public humiliation of pensioners, detention of workers who were fighting for their rights and unguided public utterances among other malfeasances.”

Makinde then added that the people know that what the APC wants to do on March 9 is to rig the election,  intimidate the people and discourage them from coming out to vote, “but the plan will fail because we are a step ahead of them and I enjoin everyone to go and cast your vote to send them away.”

Credits:: Nigerian Tribune

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