Ekiti 2018: Ojudu Campaign Condemns Disruption Of APC Primary Election

* Pix source: News Agency of Nigeria (NAN)



Ekiti Rebirth Organization (ERO), the campaign arm of frontline All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship aspirant, Senator Babafemi Ojudu, yesterday condemned the disruption of All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship primary by thugs allegedly loyal to one of the aspirant.

According to ERO spokesperson, Gboyega Adeoye the disruption represents the highest level of desperation in anybody’s quest for political office.

“When they said they were going to cripple the state, we did not know what they meant was to attempt to forcefully hijack the ticket. Now that we know better, we assure they will meet stiff resistance from our people,” Adeoye, ERO assured.

Narrating how the crisis started, Adeoye stated that that the gubernatorial primary was going on smoothly and the delegates were already casting their votes before thugs allegedly loyal to former governor of the state and current Minster of Mines and Steel, Dr Kayode Fayemi, smashed some ballot boxes leading to the disruption of the process.

He added that pandemonium that ensued snowballed into serious fracas that caused every delegates scampering for safety and an abrupt seizure in the voting process.

The spokesman said that Ekiti State has been under siege preparatory to the primaries as ferocious looking armed mobile policemen that came in company of the Minister, allegedly seized all the major streets for days, in reckless display of show of oppression and terror.

In his words, “Dr Kayode Fayemi during his declaration vowed that he was ready to use every underhand means to secure the ticket but our people have come out to say a resounding NO! No amount of intimidation, brigandage and crude display of wealth will stop the people’s will to install a fresh hand in our state.”

He continued, “We are ready for Fayemi, we have always campaigned for a transparent primary election because we have the people on our side. With the reaction of the people to the attempt to compromise the process, Fayemi now know he does not have Ekiti in his pocket.”



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