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    Legislative Issues,, Ex Ministers Son abandons Father, dumps PDP in Lagos

    Moyo Ogunlewe, child of Adeseye Ogunlewe, a previous Minister of Works, has deserted his dad in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

    Moyo, a legal advisor, challenged on the stage of the PDP to speak to Kosofe 1 Constituency in the Lagos State Assembly amid the simply closed general race.

    He credited his renunciation from the PDP to the disappointment of the administration of the resistance to deal with the emergency that had now overwhelmed the gathering since the 2019 general decision.

    He declared his renunciation in a pithy letter on Thursday, routed to the Chairman of the PDP in the state.

    His letter understands, "I, Moyosore Ogunlewe, thus leave my enrollment from the Peoples Democratic Party with quick impact," read a piece of the letter.

    "I need to thank every one of my supporters and well-wishers over the state for the help and immovability. God favor all of you."

    Moyo, who is in his 30s, was one of the most youthful contender to challenge in Lagos state.

    Babjide Obanikoro, child of Musiliu Obanikoro, a previous Minister of State for Defense, of the Eti-Osa Federal Constituency, and Jimi-Lai Mohammed, child of Lai Mohammed, the present Minister of Information, are other youthful applicants who challenged and won.

    This will the second time Moyo would be vanquished by the hopeful of the All Progressives Congress (APC). In 2015, he challenged for a similar post and lost to Bayo Osinowo, who is presently Senator-choose for the Lagos-East Senatorial District.

    His dad, the senior Adelewe, was chosen a representative on the stage of the Alliance for Democracy (AD) in 1999 speaking to a similar Lagos East electorate before he absconded to the PDP, where he has remained a key figure from that point onward.

    While in PDP, he was selected Minister of Works by Obasanjo, enduring in office from July 2003 to March 2006.

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