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PDP Dissociates Self From Alleged Plan To Disrupt ZLP’s Flag Off Rally, Fingers APC

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The PDP in Ondo state has fingered the APC in the purported plan to disrupt the rally of the ZLP billed for flag off tomorrow Saturday in Ore, Odigbo LGA of the state.

In a press statement made available to The Precision NG on Friday, Publicity Secretary of the party, Kennedy Ikantu Peretei emphasized the fact that the PDP is for peace.

“No political party should set Ondo State on fire by precipitating crisis, before, during and after the October 10 Election.

“All parties should approach the Electorates with their score cards instead of this brazen attempt at intimidation and crude force on people”, the statement read.

Read full statement below:

PRESS STATEMENT.

WE ARE FOR PEACE, WE DO NOT NEED VIOLENCE TO WIN.

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Ondo State Chapter notes with great concern that, political thugs sponsored by the All Progressives Congress (APC) have perfected plans to unleash violence at the Zenith Labour Party (ZLP) Flag Off Rally at Ore in Odigbo LGA tomorrow by adorning PDP branded vests and face caps. The purpose is to mislead the public to thinking that such thugs are PDP supporters.

We wish to make it abundantly clear that, the PDP stands for peace. We have maintained our cool in spite of consistent unprovoked attack on our supporters including the assassination attempt at the life of our Flag bearer Eyitayo Jegede, SAN in Oba-Akoko.

No political party should set Ondo State on fire by precipitating crisis, before, during and after the October 10 Election. All parties should approach the Electorates with their score cards instead of this brazen attempt at intimidation and crude force on people.

The PDP has already won the hearts of Ondo State people and does not need violence to win.

Again we are calling on the Security Agencies to be on top of their job to fish out these unscrupulous characters and bring them to book.

Kennedy Ikantu Peretei.
Publicity Secretary, PDP, Ondo State.
18th September, 2020.

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