The Special Adviser to Osun State governor on Cooperatives, Mr Gbenga Awosode, has resigned his position from the state government and membership of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).
Available information has revealed that Awosode sent his resignation letter to the state governor and the state party leadership Tuesday.
THISDAY gathered that the senior government official took the decision on the need to further his political aspiration in the newly-founded Action Democratic Party (ADP).
Awosode’s resignation letter to Governor Aregbesola and the APC leadership have attracted mixed reactions from political observers both within and outside the government.
The ruling APC in the state has in recent times suffered an exodus of its members to ADP including the state deputy chairman and eight members of the State Executive Committee of the party.
Other members of the party that had defected to the ADP included ward chairmen and their exco members.