According to Cairo Ojuogbo, Senator Ovie Omo-Agege did not work towards the victory of Bola Tinubu in the presidential election, as he never believed that Tinubu would win.

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Cairo Ojuogbo, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has accused the Delta State governorship candidate, Ovie Omo-Agege, of working against Bola Tinubu during the presidential election. Ojuogbo claimed that Omo-Agege did not support Tinubu’s campaign because he did not believe that he would win.

During an interview on Arise Television, Ojuogbo alleged that the Deputy Senate President instead supported the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi. Ojuogbo’s statement has caused a stir in the political circles, with many wondering about the veracity of his claims.

Omo-Agege, who is a prominent member of the APC, has not responded to the allegations. However, supporters of the party have called for an investigation into Ojuogbo’s claims. They believe that if Omo-Agege did indeed work against Tinubu, it would be a severe blow to the party, which is already facing significant challenges from the opposition.

The APC has been struggling to maintain its hold on power since the 2019 general elections. The party lost several key positions to the opposition, including the governorship of several states. As a result, many members of the party are worried about their future, and any negative publicity could further weaken the party’s position.

Despite this, some political analysts have dismissed Ojuogbo’s allegations as politically motivated. They argue that Omo-Agege has been a loyal member of the APC, and there is no evidence to suggest that he worked against Tinubu.

The allegations come at a time when the APC is trying to rebuild its image ahead of the 2023 general elections. The party has been working to resolve internal conflicts and build a stronger coalition with other parties. However, the allegations may harm these efforts, especially if they are proven to be true.

In conclusion, Cairo Ojuogbo’s allegations against Ovie Omo-Agege have caused a significant stir in the political circles. The accusations, if proven to be true, could deal a severe blow to the APC, which is already facing significant challenges from the opposition. However, some analysts believe that the claims are politically motivated and may not be accurate. Nonetheless, the allegations have drawn attention to the internal conflicts within the party and may hamper the party’s efforts to rebuild its image ahead of the 2023 general elections.

According to Ojuogbo: “Omo-Agege did anti-party, he never believed Tinubu will win the presidential election, look at all his postal it was Peter Obi. He never believed Tinubu would win the election; he never worked for his emergence.

“He employed young individuals for his campaign in Delta State, and allegedly stated that his intention was to harm others through politics. However, afterward, he was seen seeking the support of leaders.”

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