[ICYMI] Oyetola, Aregbesola meet Tinubu, Akande to resolve feud

The ongoing feud between a former governor in Osun State, Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola, and his successor, Gboyega Oyetola may end soon as both met on Thursday with the National leader of the All Progressive Congress, Ahmed Tinubu, and the All Progressive Party, Chief Adebisi Akande, for a crucial meeting.

The closed down meeting which was held at the country home of Chief Akande had lasted several hours but the subjects of their discussions still remain cloudy as at the time of filing in this report.

Tribune Online, however, gathered that the meeting may not be unconnected with the feud that broke out between Oyetola and Aregbesola.

The meeting is currently ongoing and supporters of both political gladiators are outside waiting patiently to know the outcome of the meeting.

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Oyetola, Aregbesola meet Tinubu, Akande to resolve feud

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