The lawmaker representing Akure South and Akure North federal constituency in Ondo State, Adedayo Omolafe also known as Expensive is dead. According to a reliable…
Chairman, Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Ondo State Election Campaign Committee and Governor of Oyo State, Mr. Seyi Makinde, has blamed the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) for the incessant violent attacks in the state, ahead of the October 10 governorship election.
Makinde gave the condemnation at the state police headquarters in Akure Sunday evening, while lodging complaints on “the uncivilised and violent attacks of the APC thugs on PDP members in Akure metropolis.
Lodging the complaints with the state’s Commissioner of Police, Mr. Bolaji Salami, Makinde said, “We have always made our campaigns issue-based, but the APC government in this state prefers violent attacks as a form of response.
“Ondo people are tired and our numerous supporters have continuously been subjected to unfair treatment by those who hold the reins of power in the state.
“But if they think what they did in Kogi is applicable here, they are making a mistake; because people are fully prepared for them.”
Makinde, therefore, called on relevant security agencies not to shirk their statutory responsibility of ensuring a peaceful, free and fair election, next Saturday.
“More still need to be done in the area of security, because APC is trying to create vorters’ aparthy so as to scare people away from performing their civic responsibility on the election day, which will be resisted by the masses.
“We have come here to intimate the Commissioner of Police with this ugly situation, and to extract assurance from him that the APC armed thugs would be silenced and that nobody will be intimidated on election day,” he disclosed.
When cornered by newsmen, the state’s CP, Salami, declined comments, saying, “I am already in mufti; I cannot grant any interview or make comment.
“My boss in Abuja will not be happy to see me grant an interview in mufti; so you can come back tomorrow.”
Head, Media Research,
Eyitayo Jegede Campaign Organisation (EJCO)