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Months After, Bayo Adelabu Reopens Political Offices Across Oyo State



The political office of the APC Oyo 2019 Guber Candidate, Chief Bayo Adelabu, popularly known as the Adelabu Penkelemes Political Headquarter will on Tuesday, 1st of September, 2020 re-open for its usual activities.

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The office which also doubles as the administrative and operational office for Chief Adelabu’s popular NGO, Bayo Adelabu Foundation (BAF) had always been a beehive of political activities pre and post 2019 elections.

However, at the height of the breakout of the Covid-19 pandemic, the office had to be temporarily shut down to prevent the spread of the deadly disease in line with the NCDC directives.

The shut down was also extended to mourn the demise of Adelabu’s political benefactor, the immediate past governor of the state and APC Acting National Chairman, Senator Abiola Ajimobi.

But, according to him, due to constant demands from his supporters, he had to open the office again and start playing host to all APC members across the state and

Adelabu, who is the Agba-Akin Parakoyi of Ibadan-land, in a release made available to journalists by one of his Media Aides, Comrade Femi Awogboro said the commencement of activities at the headquarters would provide another opportunity for bonding among members, facilitate on-going reconciliation within the party and resumption of series of political and philanthropic assignments and engagements already lined up.

The former CBN deputy governor however maintained that orderliness and strict compliance with Covid-19 Protocols in line with the regulations of NCDC shall be fully observed.

“Practising of social distancing, wearing of face mask and regular hand washing and sanitising shall be compulsory for all,” he said.

He added that the rule be applicablr in all the zonal offices of Adelabu Penkelemesi Political Organisation (APCO) throughout the state as they re-open in turns.

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