Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun, and the leadership of the Allied Peoples Movement are considering options on their next move over the results of the governorship election in the state.
Amosun gave the indication on Wednesday while speaking with the party’s leaders during a meeting at his private residence in Ibara, Abeokuta.
The private meeting had in attendance Akinlade; the state Deputy Governor, Yetunde Onanuga; and the Director-General of the APM’s Governorship Campaign Organisation, Sarafa Ishola, among others.
The governor said the APM was consulting on the next step to take on its rejection of the results of the last Saturday governorship election.
He said, “The framework needed for a legal action against the announcement of the results by INEC is ready.
“Another larger meeting will be convened to determine the way forward.
“I will not take a lone decision on the issue, but I will allow the invited APM members to give more insights about what happened in the wards during the elections before INEC released the results.
“We were defeated by 19,500 votes or so. Clearly, that says a lot of things.”