COVID-19:ADEYANJU CHALLENGES PDP LEADERS.

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By Roundoffnews

A chieftain of the People’s Democratic Party PDP, in Ekiti state , Hon Bunmi Adeyanju has called on leaders of the party in the state to put aside the supremacy battle among them and join hands together to end the covid 19 pandemic affecting the country.

Hon Adeyanju known as Ayanfe Gbonyinmade the call while speaking with roundoffnews in Ado Ekiti on the need for National and state bodies of the party to put politics aside but see to welfare of their members by given them palliative to ameliorate the effect of covid 19 on them.

The Agbado Ekiti born politician explained that many members of the party find it difficult to eat during this sit at home order by government and some people engaging on social media war over who becomes the leader of the party.

“How can we be discussing politics at this moment that some of our members are dying of hunger.”

“It is only selfish leaders that will be discussing politics when their followers are going through pains and agony of covid 19.”

“It is only the living that can vote and be voted for, when there is life there is hope.”

Ayanfe Gbonyin called on the leaders of the party both at the National and state level to join hands with government to eradicate coronavirus in the country.

Hon Adeyanju who is the PDP candidate in the last House of Assembly election in Gbonyin constituency lamented the poor response of some political office holders at this time despite enjoying the mandate of the people.

Ayanfe Gbonyin solicited for peace among members of the party at this period and appealed to them to do away with leadership tussle but how to sustain members of the party beyond this covid 19 period.

He commended some of the leaders of the party including senator Biodun olujimi, senator Duro Faseyi among others who have given palliative to residents of Ekiti state to cushion the effect covid 19 on people.

In recent time, many members of PDP in Ekiti state have benefited from palliative put in place by Ayanfe Gbonyin in form of food items and cash.