The All Progressives Congress, APC, in Osun state on Monday attributed the failure of the state government to hold a State Executive Council meeting 54 days after constituting the cabinet to Governor Ademola Adeleke's "cluelessness."
In a statement issued by the party's Chairman, Tajudeen Lawal, and made available to newsmen in Osogbo by its Media Director, Kola Olabisi, he accused the PDP-led administration of "ineptitude."
While wondering how the administration has been appropriating funds for the running of the state without holding the state executive meetings, the APC described it as an "absurdity" for the governor to have relocated the Governor's Office and the Government House to his sister's residence in Ede, where he resides ten months after the inauguration of his administration.
Lawal further explained that Governor Adeleke, the kick-and-start Governor, has proved to be a "misfit" in the administration of a complex state like Osun State, as his government is full of "failed promises" since its inception.
"The governor should sit up and stop being a metaphorical rolling stone to enable him to perform his statutory duty to the citizenry, as there is no gain to accrue to the state on account of his mindless trips to Rwanda, United States, and Germany, where he has been frolicking with his co-travellers under the guise of shopping for foreign investors.
"A situation under the administration of Governor Adeleke where nearly all the members of his party have become Special Advisers goes a long way to show that he is clueless to the extent that he has cheapened and bastardized the position of an SA in the government because of his irredeemable ignorance."