Ajayi Agboola says the APC mobilized thugs to attack his campaign office
The deputy governor of Ondo accused the APC of attacking campaign offices of other candidates
However, the Ondo APC has denied any knowledge of the attack
The All Progressives Congress (APC) has been accused of attacking the campaign office of the deputy governor of Ondo state, Ajayi Agboola in Akure, the state capital.
Agboola is contesting the position of the Ondo state chief executive under the Zenith Labour Party (ZLP), having failed to get the ticket of PDP.
The governorship candidate further alleged that the ruling party mobilized thugs to attack the campaign office and were out to cause mayhem before the election, The Nation reports.
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Kola Ademujimi, the director-general of ZLP campaign organization, and Gbenga Adeyoriju, a security personnel attached to the secretariat revealed this.
Adeyoriju narrating the incident alleged that the five thugs in a vehicle branded with APC on it came at night and shot into the air.
He also alleged that the billboard and other valuables on the secretariat were knocked down by the unidentified thugs.
The security personnel went on to note that the attackers pulled down the billboard in front of the campaign office using the bu*t of their guns and threatened to kill him and his colleague if they tried to stop them.
Agboola’s campaign director-general added that the attacks on campaign offices of other Ondo candidates were becoming worrisome.
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Alex Kalejaiye, the spokesman for Ondo APC in reaction to the allegations said the party had no reason to encourage thuggery ahead of the state governorship election.
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