Osinbajo leads APC mega rally in Ekiti on Tuesday


Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and other chieftains of the APC are expected in Ado Ekiti on Tuesday to lead the mega rally of the Governorship candidate of the party in the July 14 election, Dr.Kayode Fayemi.

A statement by Fayemi’s campaign organisation, signed by Wole Olujobi, warned against any act capable of disturbing public peace in the electioneering campaign.

The statement said the warning has become imperative against the background of alleged move by the ruling party to instigate some segments of workers against Fayemi in a campaign of calumny, including mobilising thugs to cause violence in the state, ahead of the July 14 governorship poll.

The statement added, “We are aware of moves to instigate some segments of the society against Dr Kayode Fayemi to cause disaffection between him and large populations of Ekiti people, particularly workers, all in an attempt to orchestrate a deep-seated resentment against the APC candidate.

“We are also aware of moves to set up fake fifth columnists to act as saboteurs to APC’s electioneering activities, including using fake APC members to stoke violence to disrupt June 19, 2018 mega rally at the Kayode Oluyemi Stadium in Ado-Ekiti to be led by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo where Fayemi and his deputy, will officially receive APC’s flag to contest the July 14 poll.

“The trend started last week when thugs bearing guns stormed Ado-Ikere road in the night to destroy Fayemi’s campaign billboard in front of the hotel of former APC governorship aspirant, Dr Wole Oluyede, including threatening the owner for supporting Fayemi and not Prof Olusola Eleka of PDP only to be followed in the night of same day with the murder of APC supporter in Ado-“Ekiti.”

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