CPS to Kwara Gov, PDP state PRO trade words in Open Letter


In a stunning exchange of open letters, Olusegun Olusola Adewara, the State Publicity Secretary of Kwara PDP, engaged in a war of words with Rafiu Ajakaiye, the Chief Press Secretary (CPS) to the Governor of Kwara State. The exchange centered around the Primary Health Care Under One Roof (PHCUOR) policy and various aspects of governance in the state

JUST EVENT ONLINE TV reports that , Adewara, popularly known as “Sholyment,” initiated the confrontation by penning a critical letter to Ajakaiye, expressing concerns over the government’s performance and challenging the PHCUOR policy’s implementation. He accused the state government of mismanagement of funds allocated to the healthcare sector and raised questions about the effectiveness of various health programs.

In response, Ajakaiye defended the government’s actions and criticized Adewara for allegedly failing to provide viable policy alternatives as an opposition spokesman. He argued that the PDP should commit to implementing the PHCUOR policy and offered an explanation of the policy’s objectives.

The exchange continued with Adewara refuting Ajakaiye’s claims and raising issues related to governance, transparency, and accountability. He also accused Ajakaiye of overstepping his role as CPS by allegedly usurping the functions of government agencies and departments.

The heated exchange between the two prominent figures in Kwara’s political landscape highlights the ongoing political tensions in the state. It underscores the challenges faced by the opposition party in holding the government accountable and the government’s efforts to defend its record.

As Kwara residents watch this public spat between political rivals, it remains to be seen how this exchange will impact the political landscape in the state in the lead-up to the next election cycle.

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