Land Dispute : The feud between Gov. Seyi Makinde and the Ajimobis thickens | Oby Oriji Blog

Land Dispute : The feud between Gov. Seyi Makinde and the Ajimobis thickens

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Real Reason Ajimobi’s Family Is At Loggerheads With Gov Makinde…The 48 Plots of Land Dispute Stunning facts have emerged as to the real reasons behind the unfriendly disposition of the family of the deceased governor of Oyo State, Senator Abiola Ajimobi to the incumbent Governor Seyi Makinde. Tongues started wagging on Sunday when a video went viral in which the former First Lady, Mrs. Florence Ajimobi raised dust over the failure of the governor of Oyo State to reach out to her since the sickness and eventual demise of her husband, Senator Abiola Ajimobi. In the said video, the former First Lady was seen accusing Governor Makinde and his deputy, Engineer Rauf Olaniyan of failing to reach out to her. But sources knowledgeable about happenings in Oyo State confirmed to us that the Governor was actually frustrated out of his bid to take good care of his predecessor. “Governor Makinde, on hearing of the sickness of his predecessor asked one of his Special Advisers to make contact and establish the true situation. The said Adviser got in contact with the Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Obafemi Hamzat, after attempts to reach the former First Lady failed. Sources said that Hamzat’s intervention led to the communication of the phone number of a personal physician to the late former Governor to the Adviser who transmitted same to Governor Makinde. It was gathered that through the Commissioner for Health in Oyo State, the governor invited the said personal physician, who happens to be the wife of a politician and former office holder in the Ajimobi government. The said doctor, while she was on her way to the Government House in Ibadan, we gathered was said to have informed her husband, who immediately asked her to abandon the trip and sneak into Lagos. That effort was stalled, governor Makinde again requested for and put calls through to the former First Lady, who ignored the calls. The governor was then said to have reached out to his colleague in Lagos, Sanwoolu for interface. It was gathered that the interface between the family and Sanwoolu did not go through as the former First Lady again stalled the attempt. Click the link in bio to read further.

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and after his death – Florence Ajimobi. My husband deserves better, Ajimobi’s wife fires Makinde Florence, widow of ex- Oyo Governor Abiola Ajimobi, has lashed out at Governor Seyi Makinde for how his government treated her husband in the last one month of his illness. The visibly angry widow denied ever contacting Makinde or anybody in government for any kind of support during the illness of her husband, which eventually resulted in his death. She spoke while receiving a delegation of Governors who were at the Oluyole residence to commiserate with the family and pay their last respects. The delegation was led by the Oyo Deputy Governor, Mr Rauf Olaniyan. The former first lady, who acknowledged she was not supposed to talk, said she decided to break her silence since her husband fell ill about a month ago and died last Thursday because of misgivings emanating from the government. While appealing to the government to stop what she described as dirty politics, she said her late husband was for peace and served the state for eight years making him deserve better treatment even in death. She said: “Although I should not be the one speaking but I just want to clear the air on a lot of misgivings that has been spreading. “On behalf of my late husband, children and the entire Ajimobi’s family, I want to sincerely thank you for all your support at this very crucial point of our lives. “My husband is not a very difficult man but thank God we are here today. For me, when things like this happen, I want to pick up something. It is a time for everyone of us to reflect on our lives because death is a necessary end. It will come when it will come. We don’t know who is next and we don’t know when our time will come. “Either you are a Christian or a Muslim, both religions teach love and peace and I am glad that the deputy Governor of Oyo State is here because I need to put some records straight. It is the first time I’m going to make any public announcement or statement since my husband actually died. “I opened the papers a couple of days ago and I saw the Oyo State Government writing a lot of things.

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under litigation with Oyo State Government.

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