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2023: Afenifere hasn’t supported Tinubu, I can deal with those involved- Adebanjo

Ayo Adebanjo, the acting head of Afenifere, has demanded that the socio-political gathering has not embraced the official up-and-comer of the All Moderates Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu.

Talking during a meeting on Stations TV on Monday, Adebanjo additionally blamed Tinubu’s visit to Reuben Fasoranti.

The previous Legislative leader of Lagos had visited Fasoranti, a principal architect of Afenifere, in Akure, the Ondo capital.

During the gathering, Tinubu was envisioned bowing his head to get supplications from Fasoranti.

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This came a long time after Adebanjo, one more principal architect of Afenifere, embraced the official competitor of the Work Party (LP), Peter Obi.

In Walk 2021, Fasoranti had given over the administration of Afenifere to Adebanjo because of advanced age.

“Dad Fasoranti called me on Friday that Tinubu had called him that he needed to come and that he needed to say he shouldn’t come.

“Yet, I said, ‘no, don’t do that; you are a senior legislator; to see you, no difference either way’. I then, at that point, said a kind of scheme among individuals need to separate Afenifere,” Adebanjo said.

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When inquired as to whether he counseled Fasoranti before he supported Obi, Adebanjo answered: “I don’t need to counsel him. He gave over the party to me quite a long time back. That is not the manner in which we do it in the Activity Gathering and he knows it.

“I cautioned Dad Fasoranti not to permit himself to be placed into this wreck. I can manage every one of them who were there. They weren’t there when we were doing everything. Be that as it may, I need no redirection as of now. Afenifere is for Obi, without a second thought.”

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