A top member of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Cairo Ojuogbo has accused the Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege, of working against President-elect Bola Tinubu’s candidacy in the last election.
In a statement made on Saturday, Ojuogbo claimed that Omo-Agege had no faith in Tinubu’s ability to win the presidential election and thus did not lend his support to the candidate.
During an interview with Arise Television, the APC chieftain also alleged that Omo-Agege had backed Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party (LP), in the last election. In addition, Ojuogbo dismissed any claims that Omo-Agege’s faction of the party had expelled him from APC in Delta State.
According to Ojuogbo: “Omo-Agege did anti-party, he never believed Tinubu will win the presidential election, look at all his postal it was Peter Obi. He never believed Tinubu would win the election; he never worked for his emergence.
“Look at the way he carried out his campaign in Delta State; he gathered small boys and used them. He said he was in politics to injure people, after which he goes around begging leaders.”