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Alao-Akala
14 Jan
The sudden death of former governor of Oyo State, Chief Christopher Alao-Akala must have altered political calculation and contest for the soul of All Progressives Congress (APC) in the state. Until his death, the Ogbomosho-born politician was chairman of the Elders Advisory Council of Oyo APC and was believed to have been calling the shots…
Alao-Akala
12 Jan
A former Governor of Oyo State Otunba Christopher Adebayo Alao-Akala is dead. Sources close to the Alao-Akala family confirmed the death of the former Oyo State governor and deputy governor. Alao-Akala was aged 71 years old. He served as the Deputy Governor of Oyo State from May 2003 to January 2006. Following the impeachment of…
Alao-Akala
23 Feb 2019
Oyo State governorship candidate of the African Democratic Party (ADP) Otunba Christopher Alao-Akala on Saturday commended the election process and expressed optimism that the election will be peaceful. The former Oyo State governor, who cast his vote around 8:15 a.m in ward 10 in Ogbomoso Local Government area, urged people to come out and perform…

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