28/09/2022

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Kwara PDP alleges plans by state govt to arrest members

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Barely few days to the lifting of ban on electioneering campaigns by political events within the nation, the Kwara State Peoples Democratic Social gathering (PDP) has accused the state authorities of alleged plans to arrest opposition figures within the state.

In a robust assertion in Ilorin on Thursday by the PDP

Publicity Secretary, Prince Tunji Moronfoye, warned of the results of such plans, significantly on this important interval of insecurity within the nation typically.

The occasion disclosed that it has secured intelligence info that the Kwara State All Progressives Congress-led regime is planning to clamp down on notable opposition occasion figures in Kwara state inside just a few days.

He stated, “The proposed diabolical plan is to give you trumped up prices and demand that safety companies arrest and cost such opposition occasion members to court docket.”

The occasion known as on effectively which means Kwarans to impress upon the APC occasion regime to not warmth up the polity with this ill-advised choice to clamp down on opposition occasion figures.

“The Kwara state APC regime must be reminded of the delicate safety state of affairs within the nation as of right this moment. Clamping down on opposition occasion members on trumped up prices may result in the breakdown of legislation and order within the state.

“The ban on political campaigns might be lifted in just a few days time. We on the PDP hope to conduct our political campaigns in an environment of peace and concord which Kwara state is understood for.

In a swift response, the Particular Adviser on Political Communication to the state governor, Bashir Adigun, stated “That is one other PDP propaganda, those that haven’t damaged the legislation, shouldn’t be afraid of arrest by the legislation enforcement brokers.

“However the authorities won’t cease the police from arresting those that have dedicated an offence,” he said.