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OPC, ex-militants in ilegal military uniforms to attack opposition – APC

The All Progressives Congress has raised the caution that ethnic militias and ex-aggressors, now wear fake police and army uniforms to unleash disorder on the restriction and disrupt voting, particularly in the South-West without prevention.
In an announcement in Lagos on Friday by its National Publicity Secretary, Alhaji Lai Mohammed, the gathering said Oodua Peoples Congress individuals were sighted at Owu -Elepe in Ikorodu Local Government Area on Fridaymorning, changing into fake police and army regalia.

The party said the advancement affirmed the alert prior raised by the gathering that fake garbs of security organizations were being sewn in the capital city of a South-West  state. It additionally said the ex-militant had been issued with fake military uniforms and sent in a few zones of Lagos, particularly in the Lekki-Ajah axis, to instigate inconvenience. APC said the ex-aggressors in military outfits were moving around in unmarked private vehicles, and their assignments were being facilitated by security agencies.

It said,

”In his national broadcast to the nation on Friday morning, President (Goodluck) Jonathan said he was under oath to protect the lives of all Nigerians and the security of the country at all times. How can he do that when
his supporters have engaged the services of ethnic militias, whom they have clothed in police and military uniforms, to engage in violence and election manipulations?

”If indeed the President means what he said, when he warned, in his broadcast, that ‘all necessary measures have been put in place to ensure that any persons, who breach the peace or cause public disorder during or after the elections are speedily apprehended and summarily dealt with according to our laws’, then he should immediately call his supporters to order and direct the security agencies to arrest those going around in fake police and military uniforms,” APC said.

In the mean time, the party has likewise cautioned the country to what he called the ‘brazen actions to rig the elections in Rivers State’, where all unique results sheets have been uprooted and photocopied to pave the way for the PDP to compose bogus result of the elections in the state. It alleged comparative moves to control the races and take part in monstrous thumb printing, beginning on Friday evening, with acquired PVCs, which it included was likewise taking place in Rivers as well as in the South-East.

APC said the APC agent at the INEC office in the Port Harcourt, Emma Edeeyah, was arrested this morning without cause.

”These developments are worrisome and do not bode well for a free, fair, transparent and peaceful election. We are therefore calling on local and international observers to pay a close attention to these desperate measures aimed at thwarting the will of the people,” APC said.

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