PDP CALLED UPON TO CHALLENGE KILLING OF THEIR MEMBERS BY APC IN COURT.
1. At Oyo state, Nigeria, a serving member of Nigeria House of Representatives, Hon. Temitope Olatoye was shot dead on Sunday, 10th March, 2019 on his head by suspected political thugs in Lalupon area, Ibadan City. It is evident that All Progressive Congress (APC) former governor of the state, Chief Alao-Akala persuaded him to join present APC governorship candidate in the state to ensure their victory but he rejected the offer. Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) as a party is called upon to rise up, report such cases to the police, lodge their complaints, write petitions and then head to court immediately to challenge it. They should not fold their hands. Even in the event of unfavourable judgement, they should not bother as Muhammadu Buhari will not be in power for eternity. Let it be on record that unfair judgement was delivered.
2. Muhammadu Buhari and APC should know that they are full of partiality. They should have understand that their days are numbered as the whole world is aware of the stolen mandate of PDP Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar in the just concluded Presidential election held February 23rd 2019. It is necessary for PDP to vigorously pursue Atiku's stolen mandate in court and they should not relent in any form.
3. The impunity being perpetrated by Governor Rochas Okorocha of APC in Imo state is totally condemned. How could he move freely on the streets with thugs, fake police men and army officers, harassing and molesting people? Does it mean that the president, Muhammadu Buhari, APC National Level, APC Chairman Adams Oshiomhole are totally unaware? Why should the Chief of Army Staff Tukur Burutai and Inspector General of Police, Adamu Mohammed continue to keep mute over faking of their Army and Police officers? APC has turned Nigeria to a state of lawlessness. We call on well meaning Nigerians and the International Community to stand up and condemn all these atrocities by APC.
The time to act is now!
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