Oshiomhole mistakes labour union for politics, that’s where he goofs – Onuesoke

Chieftain of the People Democratic Party in Delta State, Chief Sunny Onuesoke  has cautioned the  Chairman of the ruling All Progressives Congress, Comrade Adams Oshiomhole to stop using his wolf in sheep cloth tactics of blackmail  in his labour days to intimidate leaders of the national assembly, stating that the Former Labour Union Leader mistakes Labour union for politics. Onuesoke made this disclosure at the end of National Consciousness Summit held in Abuja.

“Adams Oshiomhole mistakes Labour Union for Politics; He is bringing into politics his tactics of blackmail and intimidation during his days as a union leader into the political fray. His desperation to see Saraki removed as the senate president in an attempt to reward his paymaster is not only callous but also uncalled for.”

“The desire to see about an unlawful change in the leadership of the national assembly is borne of a secret promise He made to President Buhari to Sack Saraki before he returns from vacation, unfortunately he failed woefully to the disappointment of his co-travelers and sponsors”

“Nigerians are not fools as his activities as a Union Leader during the Obasanjo days of fuel price hike is still very much in our memory, behaving as a wolf in sheep clothing blackmailing and deceiving  Nigerians into weeks of strike and protest only to end up collecting bribes running into millions of Naira while Millions of Nigerians Languished in pain and penury”

“Since his assumption as the chairman of the Factional and failed ruling party, he has been going about threatening brimstone and fire. First he threatened to expel a serving minister and now he is championing “SAraki Must Go”, teaching distinguished senators how to do their job as lawmakers, thereby heating up the polity unnecessarily”

“It’s so Unfortunate that as party chairman, he does not have a clear understanding of our parliamentary procedures and rules, his actions so far has shown that he is ignorant of our legislative etiquette and parliamentary history” Onuesoke further added

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