APC has dismissed the allegations that it’s men are responsible for the destruction of the campaign materials of African Democratic Congress and Gboyega Nosiru Isiaka Campaign Organization (ADC/GNICO) in Ogun State.

The Secretary of APC Caretaker Committee, HonourableTunde Oladunjoye, in a Press release said, ” Our tention has been drawn to a media press briefing conducted by the ADC/GNICO where it was alleged that the All Progressives Congress, Ogun State is defacing and removing their posters and other campaign materials.

He stated he believed the GNI Campaign Organisation has the wherewithal to know who has actually been removing its advert materials and that of APC candidate, Prince Dapo Abiodun, across Ogun State, especially in Abeokuta; they should be courageous enough to name the persons and party and not lump APC together with the culprits.

APC and its candidates are running a decent, non-violent and issue-based campaign, devoid of violence and hate speeches. And our media team both in the campaign team of our candidate and party comprise thoroughbred professionals.

According to Oladunjoye, “we want to put it on record that when the news of the attack on the convoy of ADC candidate broke out early December, our candidate, Prince Dapo Abiodun, ADC candidate to sympathize over dastardly act and encouraged him to remain steadfast to his course.

“That is the stock we are made of; we are not desperate; we are not intolerant and we are confident that Ogun people will listen to us and vote us in”, he stressed.

Story by Kunle Kolebaje. Online Editor: Olamide Yinusa. Publisher/ C.E.O.; Henry Femi Ojoye Jr.

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