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A former deputy governor of Osun State, Senator Iyiola Omisore, has claimed that his exit from the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, led to its death in Osun State.

 <p>Omisore said his popularity will earn him a big success in the September 22 governorship election in the state.</p> <p>The governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party (SDP) said this during an interview on Channels Television’s Sunday Politics.</p>     <p>“I am the most popular candidate in Osun State now,” he said.</p> <p>“The issue is that Osun politics is Omisore and others.</p> <p>“Like I said, you don’t just do a bedroom analysis or beer parlour analysis; let us wait and see the result of the election,” he added.</p>     <p>The former deputy governor, who left the opposition party for SDP in May this year has been criticised by PDP members in the state for his defection.</p> <p>Senator Omisore said, “Since I left the PDP, PDP in Osun State has been dead. The point is that Omisore was PDP in Osun State and the PDP was Omisore.”</p> <p>“The point I left was the fact that I foresaw lack of internal democracy,” he claimed, adding “our convention was held, party officers were chosen; the National Working Committee (NWC) now cancelled all convention decisions against the Supreme Court judgement.”</p> <p>“The people determine their leader, the people determine who is popular, the people determine who is credible,” said Omisore.</p> <p>“I’m not desperate, if not I won’t go to any party. The people of Osun State have an interest in Omisore, not any party.”</p>       <br />
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