Osun Election: Omisore is using ‘Ninja’ Security – APC

APC Spokesperson, Lai Mohammed

APC Spokesperson, Lai Mohammed

The All Progressives Congress (APC), Tuesday accused Iyiola Omisore of using masked gunmen as security for his electioneering campaigns for the State’s governorship election scheduled for August 9.

”The message which the use of masked gun men sends to the populace is that of intimidation, harassment, espionage, sabotage, assassination and terrorism. No one seeking to rule a state should want to be portrayed in that light. Therefore, we call on Mr. Omisore to immediately halt the use of masked gun men unless of course it is a deliberate ploy to intimidate and terrorize the same people he wants to govern,” the party said in a statement signed by it’s National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed.

APC also asked the PDP candidate to learn from Governor Rauf Aregbesola of the APC who they said have continued “his tradition of being with the people without any invasive security”. “Every month, Governor Aregbesola leads the people of the state in a jogging exercise on the streets, during which he mixes freely with them. Not once has a ‘ninja’ been spotted behind him in the name of security”, APC said.

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