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Attack on Fayose, plan to kidnap democracy – PDP

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Prince Uche Secondus, National Chairman of (PDP), at a press conference on Wednesday,  described the attack on Governor Ayodele Fayose by policemen at Ekiti government house as an attempt to kidnap the nation’s democracy.

Uche speaking for the party added that the siege on an elected governor and government house was a recipe for violence and direct assault on the corporate existence of Ekiti people.

He accused that the attack was an act of desperation by the All Progressives Congress (APC)-led Federal Government to intimidate, subjugate, frighten and overawe the people and unleash a rigging mechanism for the election.

His words: “Our intelligence reveals that the 30,000 policemen as well as some compromised military personnel deployed to Ekiti State are being positioned to embark on mass arrest and harassment of Ekiti citizens with the view to frightening them and preventing them from participating in the election.”

According to Uche he said the invasion of Ekiti government house was a plot to assassinate Governor Fayose and blame it on accidental discharge by one of the policemen as Tuesday’s rally of APC in Ado-Ekiti was a trickto to bring in thugs in to Ekit.

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