Could the All Progressives Congress be so overwhelmed by the enormous task of being at the centre of governance that it now appears the party is fighting tooth and nail to fire everyone from all cylinders.
For a party who has been plagued with internal lingering crisis, the last thing for such a social entity for be involved in is to be picking up new fights rather than quelling the war within its house.
The All Progressives Congress in Ekiti State has criticised Governor Ayodele Fayose for abandoning his predecessor’s ‘legacy projects,’ saying it is a disservice to the people of the state.
The Publicity Secretary, Taiwo Olatunbosun, in a statement on Tuesday, lamented that the Oba Adejugbe Hospital, which was already completed by the Kayode Fayemi-led administration, had been overgrown by weeds.
He wondered why a development-oriented governor would abandon such legacy projects “simply because he wants to rubbish the achievements of his predecessor.”
Olatubosun said, “Oba Adejugbe Hospital was completed and commissioned by the Fayemi administration while contract for equipping the hospital was already awarded but Fayose on assumption of office cancelled the contract and has abandoned the hospital to be overgrown with weeds.
“It will be unfortunate and sheer waste of resources if Oba Adejugbe Hospital is left to rot away because of this thought by Fayose that the project belonged to Fayemi instead of Ekiti people that are to benefit high profile healthcare which the hospital and the adjoining chest clinic are to provide.”
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