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Ondo delegate lead representative, Ajayi blames APC for assaulting effort office


Ondo State Deputy Governor, Agboola Ajayi who has been having rounds of faceoff with his supervisor Governor Rotimi Akeredolu has charged the All Progressives Congress (APC) of assembling hooligans to assault his mission office in Akure.

In an announcement delivered by the Director-General of his mission association, Kola Ademujimi and a security staff connected to his mission secretariat, Mr. Gbenga Adeyoriju, the APC was blamed for being out to cause disorder before the October 10 governorship political decision.

Adeyoriju claimed that five hooligans came around evening time in an APC marked vehicle, shot into the air and decimated the announcement and different assets on the premises.

He further expressed that the hooligans utilized the handle of their firearms to obliterate the bulletin before the mission office and took steps to murder him and his partner on the off chance that they made any endeavor to stop them.

Ademujimi who additionally asserted that the APC hooligans assaulted ZLP individuals at Idanre during the lead representative’s mission in the zone on Tuesday September 22, said the assaults on crusade workplaces of resistance competitors were getting troubling.

Ademujimi said;

“Akeredolu ‘s hooligans are undermining the lives and property of individuals from ZLP and those of different gatherings in parts of the state.

“They pulverized seats, tables and perpetrated wounds on our allies at their ward meeting in Ile-Oluji yesterday.

“They additionally decimated Ajayi’s bulletins at our mission office in Akure. They demolished our banners and banners at Idanre during Akeredolu’s/APC ‘s crusade visit through Idanre yesterday.

“They assaulted pioneers of another gathering during their nearby government meeting in Owo yesterday. I think they are out to cause disorder even before the October 10 governorship political race.”

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