The new Director General of Obi-Datti Abhiyan Parishad, Prof. Akin osuntokun

di labor party presidential campaign council

di labor party presidential campaign council

Doyin Okupe resigned after the Federal High Court for Abuja marked him and blamed n Money Laundering. Now Osuntokun wey became the new director general of the Obi-Datti Campaign Organization. He is a companion of Ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo.

Before this DG appointment, Osuntokun bin De worked as the Campaign Council’s Regional Coordinator for the South.

More about Akin osuntokun

He was a Political Adviser of Olusegun Obasanjo, the ex-president. Prof. Akin osuntokun turned 60 on this November 24.

This Thursday, in an interview they talked about their childhood, and the privileges he got as a minister’s son and as their father served Chief Obafemi Awolowo and Chief Ladoke Akintola.

In Ekiti State, South West Nigeria, Akin studied Political Science at Osuntokun University. After graduation, he served in the National Directorate office.

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Between 1985 and 1986 in Oyo state, he started small-scale graduate development skills. After that, he came into the world of journalism. And working with various broadcasts and prints.

Prof has served as the chairman of the Oodua Printing Corporation. Now he is managing the News Agency in Nigeria.

He also worked as the director of PDP in 2007 during the campaign by which Umaru Musa Yar’Adua came to power.

Reasons why DG Doyin Okupe step down

Doyin Okupe, EX DG of the Labor Party’s presidential campaign, left his position on 20 December after being accused of corruption. On Monday, he came in the name of a money laundering case. He is going to be imprisoned with a fine of N500,000.

Oga Okupe took to social media to ask the Labor Party to find a new director-general who could run the campaign without distraction. This may give him time to get justice for himself.

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