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Ajimobi Holds Private Meeting With Ganduje, 3 Others In Ibadan

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Governor Abiola Ajimobi Wednesday held a private meeting with Jigawa and Kano State Governors Badaru Abubakar and Umar Ganduje respectively as well as the Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi and the APC national secretary, Alhaji Mai Mala Buni in a private meeting.

The meeting which was held at  the Oyo State Government House, Ibadan saw Ajimobi playing host to his colleagues.

Although the issues being discussed were not made known to the journalist, but according to feelers at the disposal of Vanguard, the private meeting was unconnected with sundry issues within the party and the recent incursion of herdsmen across the country. Ajimobi was overheard while welcoming the visitors, commending Governor Ganduje on his initiative of addressing the cattle ranching issue that has been causing serious misunderstanding between farmers and herdsmen across the country. None of the visitors addressed the press nor answered any question when approached by journalists. The visitors who stormed the Agodi Governor’s Office at about 6: 40 pm, were initially received by the governor himself in his private office before leaving for the Government House in their convoy where the private meeting was held. Journalists who had stormed the governors private office where visitors were usually hosted, expecting to be briefed and addressed on the mission of the visitors were jolted and disappointed when on the entry of the governor to the private office, were told to excuse the group, with Governor Ajimobi emphasizing that the visit was private. As at the time of filing the report, no report, no news has been released on the visit by the visitor who was also gathered that would be on their way to Lagos immediately after the private meeting.

 

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  1. Reply Emem Isong February 22, 2018 at 1:48 am
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