By Ogundele Olanrewaju
The National Rescue Movement party has suspended the party gubernatorial candidate in 2019 election, Dr. Kazeem Ayandoye from the party and disassociate itself from him.
The Statement was released to the journalists by Oyo state chairman of the party, Hon. Akinade Opeyemi.
While explaining the reasons for the suspension, the party noted that it received different reports from different quarters of the party that he was misleading, causing confusion and disorderliness that could put the party in a state of disrepute.
He further said that, Dr. Kazeem Ayandoye was suspended for allegedly involved in anti-party activities that could lead to fraction in the party.
The party advised the public to disassociate from Dr. Kazeem Ayandoye and not to have anything to with him.
The statement read: “To exercise the delegated power conferred on me as the state chairman by the National Rescue Movement’s party Constitution, as it is indicated in Article 73 (ii) (a)
I hereby wish to humbly impose the following sections: Article 9 section 2 (b), Article 9 section 4 (b), Article 9 section 4 (b) iii and Article 9 to immediately suspend indefinitely Dr. Kazeem Ayandoye who was previously the party gubernatorial candidate in 2019 election on the ground of misconduct and insubordination by holding a parallel state executive, the suspension which starts from 25th of September, 2021″.
The statement further read that all the state security agencies has been notified about the suspension of Dr. Kazeem Ayandoye for he ceased to be the member of the party from Saturday 25th of September 2021.