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Our game plan for 2011 – AC

Party spokesman Wasiu Olatunbosun told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Ibadan on Friday that the AC was now involved in “total and genuine…

Party spokesman Wasiu Olatunbosun told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN)

in Ibadan on Friday that the AC was now involved in “total and genuine reconciliation’’ with former members.

The AC spokesman explained that the reconciliation was targeted at those members who left the party when it metamorphosed from the Alliance for Democracy (AD) to AC.

Olatunbosun said the AC leader in the state, Alhaji Lam Adesina, was doing all within his power to ensure that all former colleagues who left the party return.

He named Prof. Wole Akinboade, who left the party to contest the governorship election on the platform of the Democratic Peoples Alliance DPA), as one of the key figures who had returned to AC.

Olatunbosun said at the end of the reconciliation exercise, the AC would launch its plans for the 2011 polls.

He said as part of the plans, AC would be exposing what he described as the ineptitude of the Gov. Adebayo Alao-Akala’s administration.

“Before Oct. 2009, we would have exposed Alao-Akala’s atrocities. We have all the detail,’’ he said.

Olatunbosun claimed that there was nothing to show for the N168 billion, which he alleged that Alao-Akala’s administration had collected as federal allocations within two years.

He said the AC would also be conducting opinion polls and sensitising the people to the goings-on in the state.(NAN)