‘APC members not attacked’

By Kunle AKINRINADE
In Nigeria News Feed
Feb 1st, 2014
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THE Chairman of Ado- Odo/Ota Local Government Area of Ogun State, Hon. Rotimi Rahmon has said that there was no violent attack on members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in the council area. Speaking during a meeting of party ward leaders held at the council secretariat, Hon. Rahman said: “The story is a figment of the writer’s imagination, because there was no violent attack on members of the All Progressives Congress (APC). It was even said in the report that there was pandemonium, yet the meeting went well without any hindrance. “I want to admonish journalists to always cross-check information passed to them very well before publishing their stories. This council area is peaceful and there is no violent crisis or political skirmishes as erroneously portrayed in the report. “Governor Ibikunle Amosun has shown to us that he is a man of peace and that is the path we are also following as grassroots leaders.” The meeting was chaired by the Commissioner for Commerce and Cooperatives, Chief Samuel Aiyedogbon, who implored party leaders to work vigorously for the progress of the party. He enjoined them to participate and ensure adequate mobilisation of members during the forthcoming registration exercise of the party. “The membership registration exercise of our great party next week is a task that we all must carry out and handle with all sense of loyalty for a successful outing in the next elections. To this end, let us work vigorously for the success of the exercise by carrying out massive mobilization of members.”


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