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The Labour Party in Ogun State has written a petition to the Commissioner of Police over the activities of a factional Secretary of the Party, Comrade Oginni Olaposi.
The party stated this in a letter written to the commissioner of police obtained by PLATFORM TIMES on Monday.
In the letter, the Party alleged Oginni of perjury and called on the Commissioner Police to investigate the matter and criminal activities of Oginni.
It would be recalled that the party had initially alleged the embattled secretary of criminally filing a suit on behalf of the governorship candidate of the party, the candidate who Oginni told the court he never met.
Read the full letter;
Abass Sulaiman and Co
We are solicitors to the Labour Party Ogun State, hereinafter referred to called our client and on whose behalf we write this letter.
Our client wishes to bring to your attention the infraction of law committed by some certain individuals led by Comrade Oginni Olaposi Sunday.
These individuals without the knowledge and authority of Labour Party in Ogun State filed an Election petition on behalf of the Labour Party and in the petition these individuals ascribed various offices to themselves.
Comrade Oginni Olaposi Sunday impersonated the Secretary of the Labour Party in Ogun State and filed false affidavits on Oath
More worrisome is the fact that this Oginni Olaposi Sunday misled the Election Petition Tribunal by this false Affidavit to have its petition listed on the Tribunal record, safe for the timely intervention of the authentic Executives of our client.
We, therefore, call on your exalted office to conduct a proper investigation into the criminal activities of Oginni and his cohorts particularly as it relates to the issue of perjury and impersonation.
Find attached copies of the affidavit and the Election Petition filled by these Criminals without authority.
Our Clients will be available to shed more light into the allegations anytime.
We hope this petition will be given urgent attention it deserves.