Ex-governor, Segun Osoba may rejoin the APC

Former governor of Ogun state, Olusegun Osoba, has expressed the possibility of defecting to the All Progressives Congress.

A chieftain of the Social Democratic Party, Osoba was elected Ogun state governor in 1999 under the Alliance for Democracy (AD).

Osoba was a founding father of the APC, but a falling out with Ogun State Governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosu, led to his exit and defection to the SDP with his supporters.


However, while speaking over the weekend at the book launch of Professor Segun Gbadegesin, in Lagos, the politician indicated that he may rejoin the ruling party.

During his brief speech, Osoba harped on the next step in his political career.

Osoba said: “Professor Gbadegesin met and pleaded with me to rejoin the fold of Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu. I promise you, by the Grace of God, it will be well”.

Tinubu, a national leader of the APC, was the Chairman of the launch of Prof. Gbadegesin’s book- “All The Way: Serving With Conscience”.

Segun Gbadegesin was part of Radio Kudirat, NADECO, Egbe Omo Yoruba and has written a weekly column on the backpage of The Nation since the newspaper was established.

The book is a memoir of his professional life and activism in support of social and political transformation.  The book tells the story of Prof. Segun Gbadegesin’s formative life events and activism through the prism of Nigerian history and politics

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