Kwarans are Fed up with your Violent Politics, Kwara APC Blasts PDP
The All Progressives Congress (APC), Kwara State chapter has declared that its members and the people of Kwara State are fed up with the politics of violence been orchestrated by opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kwara State.
In a statement issued by its Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Sulyman Buhari, the APC said, “the politics of violence been orchestrated by the PDP is a threat to the sustainability of democracy in Kwara State”.
“The opposition PDP took its record of violence up by a notch today when PDP thugs ignited a fracas in Ilorin West Local Government area. The fracas led to the untimely stoppage of Continuous Voter Registration (CVR) exercise in the entire stretch of Okekere, Alanamu, Adeta Primary School, Surelere and other areas of Ilorin West LG. The fracas would have been more bloody If not for the prompt and professional intervention of men from State Security Service (SSS) who arrested seven (7) PDP thugs from the scene of violence.
“It is shocking that in spite of the public outcry that welcomed the brutal activities of PDP thugs in Oke Ogun Ajanaku zone, Ilorin South LG on Friday, where PDP thugs terrorised INEC agent and APC members, the PDP has relentlessly persisted in its politics of thuggery and bloodletting.
“We call on all security agencies in Kwara State to act on PDP’s fertile record of violence before it is too late. The Police Command is enjoined to step up efforts, lawfully, to protect the good people of Kwara State from further attacks by agents of Abuja politicians.
“We plead with all men of good conscience and friends of Kwara State to prevail on the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to play politics without arms and ammunitions.
“Meanwhile, the preliminary report from 193 wards of Kwara State has shown that the registration process is unsatisfactorily slow. With the massive turnout of would-be voters, one (1) registration machine per polling booth is grossly inadequate. We urge the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to urgently find solution to the drawbacks.”, the statement read.
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