APC picks holes over PDP claim


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The APC has rejected the claim by the PDP that policemen were drafted to Ekiti State to harass its supporters in tomorrow’s governorship election in favour of the APC candidate, Dr. Kayode Fayemi.

The APC in a statement through its National Publicity Secretary, Malam Bolaji Abdullahi, said the extra security deployment was routine to keep the peace for credible and transparent elections.

The APC also said that it was mischievous for the PDP to continue to claim that the police assaulted Governor Fayose on Wednesday after he (Fayose) had purportedly “apologised to the police authorities for lying against their officers.”

 “With PDP’s claim in its press statement, it is obvious that its leadership does not have the facts of the actual events in Ekiti State or it is deliberately attempting to divert public attention from the comical performance put up by Governor Ayodele Fayose on Wednesday, which was clearly contrived to give the impression to the public that he was being persecuted.

“Somehow, Fayose has contrived to make this election about himself. But it is not. The contest is between Dr. Fayemi and the Professor that has continued to hide behind Fayose’s fingers.

“What is clear to every voter in Ekiti is that to vote for this Professor is to hand Fayose a third term. Given their horrid experience with him, they have wisely rejected them both.”

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