Amosun widely addressed as Alhaji Agba (the elder Alhaji, in honour of his societal stature as pilgrimage maker to the Islamic holy land of Mecca) is also a member of the APC.
Findings by societynowng.com revealed the most of Abidoye’s clandestine meetings in forging alliances with party members – and the oppositions are held at an unlikely venue. The undergoing construction burnt home of Governor Ibikunle Amosun.
The building located within the Ibara Housing Estate, Abeokuta is described by witnesses as ‘heavily guarded round the clock’. That part of the town is virtually free off traffic societynowng.com learnt.
According to a source ‘ yes, it’s true...Alhaji holds important meetings there. You just see him come and later others arrive. The place is heavily guarded, except you are expected- you don’t get to go inside’
Further revelations revealed the effectiveness of meeting with oppositions at the undergoing reconstruction burnt place is clear in it’s daring approach.
‘The first point is, you don’t expect any form of meeting to hold at such a venue in the first place. Secondly, you certainly won’t expect any member of the opposition to come visiting at such a place and the armed guards protects unwanted intrusion in any form’ a keen observer analysed.
Informants further disclosed those who really matter inside Governor Amosun’s camp are familiar with going ons at the place.
And many are not surprised by Abidoye’s taking on the responsibility of conducting this clandestine affair.
Informants confirmed he has as much to lose as the governor if his brother fails in his second term bid.
Information sourced by societynowng.com revealed that though an unelected and unappointed government official, Alhaji Abidoye parades town with aides and security details of his own.
He is labelled very influential in affairs of the state and party.
The man the street dubbed Alhaji Agba is listed as drawing power from unnerving ability to sway the Governor to see things his way.
Mr Amosun faces serious challenge at retaining his seat from inside his APC - and outside as opposition continue to merge forces against him by the day.