APC Calls For Arrest of Fake News Peddlers in Kwara

The Abdulrahman Abdulrasaq campaign organisation (AACO) has called on security agencies to arrest fake news peddlers in kwara state.

AACO in a statement issued on Wednesday by its Director Media and Publicity, Abdulrasheed Akogun said the unceasing attempts to cause disaffection amongst the peace loving people of Kwara State over the hoax arrest of Comrade Musbau Esinrogunjo and some APC stalwarts was the handwork elements suspected to be under the sponsorship of the Peoples Democratic Party led government of Kwara State.

The statement reads in part:

”It is no longer news that the delectable Comr. Musbau Esinrogunjo, who is the Director of Youth of our campaign organisation is one of the strong front liners of the OTOGE movement, the love and support he enjoys from the masses of Kwara is no doubt a major source of headache to the hegemony and their few apologists hence the unending attempt to get him out of circulation by all foul means possible.

”We enjoin all relevant stakeholders and the security agencies to rise up and come to the rescue. Any attempt to arrest Esinrogunjo and indeed any of our members on trump up charges will be resisted by all well meaning Kwarans within all available legal means possible.

”We therefore call on the security agencies to step up their game and invite for questioning those spreading this arrest hoax which is now turning to a daily occurrence, which if not quickly arrested can lead to breakdown of law and order.

”To the rumour mongers, Esinrogunjo’s only offence is his alignment with the general aspiration and yearnings of the majority of Kwarans who has since taken up the responsibility of preaching the OTOGE message to all and sundry.

”We use this opportunity to reiterate the resolve of the OTOGE team to continue to engage Kwarans across divides, while we also enjoin our members and the teeming supporters as well as advocates of a better Kwara which the OTOGE mantra and movement represents that we remain resolute in our resolve to birth a prosperous Kwara that works for all come February 16 and March 2, 2019 when the Presidential and Gubernatorial elections shall be respectively held.”

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