The Chairman of Labour Party (LP) in Ogun State, Arabambi Abayomi has denied the rumour that he would be made the PDP State Chairman. He therefore urged Hon Ladi Adebutu, son of the billionaire lotto magnate, Chief Kesington Adebutu to publicly state his COVID-19 result.
The Labour Party Chairman stated this in a press statement made available to journalists.
Arabambi said the former federal lawmaker representing Remo federal constituency from 2015-2019 should rather swallow his pride, tow the path of honour and make his COVID-19 result public. He pointed the importance stating the number of staff, security escorts and the followers in the Adebutu's camp.
His statement reads, "My intention was to encourage Hon Ladi Adebutu to publicly confess that he has tested positive to the virus. This is to me very needful due to the number of staff, security escorts and the bought political morons milling around him for cheap hand-outs.
"If he quickly make breast of the truth, it will firmly and effectively reduce the chances of spreading the virus among them only to be further spread to other people through this large crowd he freely mixes with.
Meanwhile, Arabambi made it clear that he do not wish Ladi Adebutu dead. He only considers it an elderly duty to advise against the possible reckless and dangerous hiding of such very dangerous status.
"I don't, won't and shall never wish Hon Ladi Adebutu any harm, or any other fellow human being for any reason.
It is obvious that a lot of world leaders has tested positive, quarantined and got well. World leaders like the UK's Boris Johnson, Sophie Trudeau, wife of the Canadian Prime Minister.
"Australian Home Affairs Minister, Peter Dutton, UK's Minister of Mental Health Nadine Stories, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez, Vice President Eshaq Jahangir and Iranian Deputy Health Minister have also tested positive.
"Finally , our own Ozogula , the very same former Ogun State Commissioner for Sports tested positive to covid-19 and he is today free of the virus."
Unconfirmed sources and social media infomation has claimed that Hon Ladi Adebutu opted to be treated in his father house in Lagos which is yet to be affirmed or debunked.