The Ondo State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has slammed Chief Olusola Oke, for returning to the All Progressives Congress.
The party described Oke as a fair-weather politician.
Oke, a former national legal adviser of the PDP, left the APC, after September 3, 2016, primary of the party for the Alliance for Democracy, to contest for the November 20, 2016, governorship election won by the incumbent governor, Mr. Rotimi Akeredolu.
Oke, who returned to the APC last Thursday, said he took the decision in order to assist Akeredolu to develop the state.
In a statement issued on Sunday by the Director of Publicity of the PDP, Mr. Ayo Fadaka, the party said, “We note with bemusement the continuing political somersault of Olusola Oke and his supporters and thus merely conclude that these are politicians of fortune whose politics is not dictated by a desire to serve the people but to be counted within the ranks of the party in power.
“We are disappointed that a politician of Oke’s status, nurtured in the traditions of political piety while in our party, can continue to immerse himself in this ludicrous APC.”