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Kogi Polls: APC Plans to Blow Off INEC Offices – PDP

The Kogi state chapter of the Peoples Party has alleged that the All Progressives Congress plans to blow off some INEC offices ahead of the coming gubernatorial election in the state.

This was made known by the Director of Public Communications of the Campaign Council, Austin Okai Usman, who charged the security agents to be proactive in safeguarding INEC offices across the state, stressing that the Council has intelligence reports of APC’s plans.

The PDP has claimed that some thugs have been detailed to blow off INEC offices and disguise as agents of PDP, adding that the ruling APC was already suspicious of the intimidating crowd at campaign rallies in the state.

Okai identified flashpoints to be attacked as: “Ankpa, Idah, Dekina, Omala and Ibaji in the Eastern flank, Kabba, Koto, Lokoja, Yagba West and East in the West, as well as Ajaokuta and Ogori in the Central “.

He said the APC planned the attack in order to create room for staggered election in those areas.

“Accordingly, this is going to be the script of some persons in the state designed to play across the local government areas of the state, if the security officials refused to be alive to their responsibilities

“We hereby call on the Inspector General of Police, CG, Civil Defence, Chief of Army and Commandant, Army records, Major General Adewale Ogunkale to channel their positive operation of the military towards securing public utilities, lives and properties

The PDP says the plot comes on the heels of the massive support and solidarity enjoyed by its candidate, Engineer Musa Wada, in the just-concluded tour of Kogi East and an attempt to complement the on-going arrest, kidnap, and frame up being carried out in the state by some agents of APC.

The PDP further tasked the Nigeria and other security agencies to take the security intelligence seriously, to forestall anarchy in the state.

The party has also ridiculed the All Progressives Congress claiming that the party would not score up to 30% votes on November 16 elections.

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