Isolo youths under the umbrella of Isolo Youth Coalition (IYC), have urged the national leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), to call Fuji musician, Wasiu Ayinde Marshall to order.

Isolo youths under the umbrella of Isolo Youth Coalition (IYC), have urged the national leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), to call Fuji musician, Wasiu Ayinde Marshall to order.

Isolo youths under the umbrella of Isolo Youth Coalition (IYC), have urged the national leader of the All Progressive Congress (APC), to call Fuji musician, Wasiu Ayinde Marshall to order.

According to IYC, the musician has been interferring unnecessarily in the politics of the party in Isolo.

Wasiu Ayinde Marshall is also accused of attempting to impose his band manager, Bayo Olasoju as the consensus Chairman of the LCDA.

The group spoke via a statement signed by its leader Saheed Adebayo, describing Olasoju as not been fit for the office he is been stage managed to occupy.

According to Adebayo, the musician has been quoted as saying he wanted to compensate Olasoju for his years of loyalty to the Ultimate band. Aside tagging Olasoju as a drop out, the IYC also described him as being only fit to manage stages.

The handpicked candidate of the musician has also been described as an individual concerned about his social status as opposed to the welfare of the people in the council.

Olasoju was also criticised for ignoring a budget retreat of his council only to spotted at the 80th birthday of Alhaji Rasak Okoya picking wads of cash sprayed on his boss, Wasiu.

Stating that Olasoju is not the kind of chairman they want, the group urged the rulling party to intercede in the issue to build confidence in the party and avoid unnecessary tension.

This is not the first time that Wasiu would be said to be trying to pass himself as a political god father.

In a meeting with the national leader of the APC, Tinubu had been quoted to have said told the musician to focus on his music career and leave politics to politicians.

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