Osoba Fires Back Says, “At 80, I Can’t Join Issues With Amosun”

Former Governor of Ogun State and a leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Segun Osoba, has said he would not take up issues with the current Governor Ibikunle Amosun.
This is coming just as Governor Amosun had accused Osoba and National Chairman of the APC, Adams Oshiomhole of conniving with others to write a fake primary result which produced Mr. Dapo Abiodun as the state’s governorship candidate.
Amosun had reportedly said: “The President already knows there was no election in Ogun State. He knows that they just went to Lagos, wrote all results and that what they did is fraud. If the National Working Committee (NWC) or the National Chairman said there was any election in Ogun State, it was all fraud. That is what I said.”
Read: Tinubu, Osoba Behind Dapo Abiodun’s Fraudulent Victory—Amosun
Responding to allegations, Mr. Osoba said he would rather maintain his silence than engage Amosun in the pages of newspapers.
His words: “It is an aberration that a father in Yoruba land should be engaging his child in a shouting match in the public.
“At 80, I cannot be answering a 60-year-old on the pages of newspapers. There is no comment,” Osoba said.