Ogun State Deputy Governor, Prince ‘Segun Adesegun, has said no one should expect the political demise of Chief Olusegun Osoba anytime soon, warning those saying the former governor will remain perpetually irrelevant in Nigerian politics to wait and see.
Speaking in an interview with the WESTERN POST on Friday, the lame-duck deputy governor said the leader of the Social Democratic Party would soon shame his political detractors.
“Our leader is still Chief Olusegun Osoba and he’d told us that he’ll shame his critics in due course.”
Many critics of Osoba have accused him of being politically naive by leaving the ruling All Progressives Congress to join a relatively obscure party, and the outcome of the 2015 elections resulted in the party losing all its elected offices at both national and state house legislatures.
“We’re coming back and in the next few weeks we will unveil a new roadmap for the party,” Adesegun said. He, however, declined to say if they’re planning on returning to the APC.
“We’re exploring some political situation and we’ll rather not comment on if we’ll go back to the APC or not for now,” he said.