FOLLOWING the call by a Judge of Osun State High Court,
Justice Oloyede Folahanmi for the State House of Assembly to commence impeachment process against the State Governor, Mr Rauf Aregbesola and his deputy, Mrs Grace Titilayo Laoye-Tomori, a human rights group, the Centre for Human Rights and Social Justice, CHRSJ, has declared that the two public officers lacked the moral and constitutional right to continue in office.
The rights group also threw its weight behind Justice Folahanmi’s call for the Assembly to investigate the alleged mismanagement of the state’s finances leveled against Aregbesola’s administration by the jurist, urging the security agents to build security around Justice Folahanmi, explaining that Aregbesola and his cronies might attempt on her life if care was not taken.
It, however, called on President Muhammadu Buhari (rtd) to order Governor Aregbesola to return the state to its original name of Osun State with immediate effect, explaining that the change in the name of the state was the first constitutional breach to be committed by Mr. Aregbesola when he came to power.
He called on President Buhari to summon Aregbesola to explain how he spent all the resources accrued to the state in the last four and half years and why Osun was still grappling with huge debt regime.
Addressing a mammoth crowd, after submitting a three page-letter containing fourteen impeachable offences against Aregbesola and his deputy, Comrade Adeniyi, Alimi Sulaiman said Aregbesola and his deputy contravened some sections of the constitution which called for their immediate impeachment.
The protest was organised by CHRSJ in collaboration with Conference of Nigerian Political Parties, CNPP, Good Governance Support Group, GGSG, retirees and civil servants in Osun State.

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