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Monday, December 15, 2014.

After 3 Attempts, Insiders Insist Dayo Bush, Rotimi Agunsoye APC House Of Reps Primary For Kosofe Remains Inconclusive.
...why it is a time bomb about to explode

After three attempts, information filtering in indicates moves to determine the All Progressives Congress flag bearer for Kosofe Federal constituency in the upcoming general remains inconclusive.

Informants claim contrary to rumour about town, the last scheduled primary election for Thursday December 11 ended in chaos.

Insiders claimed supporters of the contestants engaged each other in a free for all that forced party electoral officers to call off the exercise.

The incident transpired at the APC secretariat on Acme road, Ikeja Lagos.

Dayo Bush

The venue was chosen after earlier attempts to stage the party primary in the contestants base towed the same story line.


After three other contestants had stepped down, re election seeking lawmaker Dayo Alebioshu is engaged in an all out political battle with his perennial opponent, Rotimi Agunsoye.


While the D Bush as the incumbent is widely known relies on a combination of his performances, goodwill and established legacy of his father, Pa Busura Alebioshu to achieve is aim, Agunsoye is leveraging on the political clout and influence of strategic APC chieftain and Lagos commissioner turned Governor of Osun state, Rauf Aregbesola to attain his objective.

Rotimi Agunsoye

Digs by revealed the continuing deadlock in the House of Representatives primary stem from attempts to make use of allegedly doctored delegates list.


Sources confirmed related allegations and counter allegations riding on this root cause, transformed the whole affair into a volatile that spark into violence at the slightest turn.


Insiders further revealed the sensitivity of the situation is further stretched with rumours Osun state Governor Aregbesola is attempting to use his influence as a serving governor and clout as a national party player to trade favours in foisting Agunsoye as the party’s candidate.

After the last primary ended inconclusively in violence, they reportedly hit town with rumours Agunsoye emerged winner. This move is reportedly being counter by Bush and his handlers with the involvement of Asiwaju Tinubu.


The party leader is being called upon to order a fresh primary with all guiding principles of the party as parameter- amidst threats of unbecoming fallout if rumour turns reality.

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