APC Challenges Dino Melaye’s Allegations of Election Violence in Kogi

APC’s Response to Dino Melaye

The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kogi has issued a response to the allegations made by Dino Melaye, the governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), concerning potential election violence in the state.

Dino Melaye’s Allegations

During a press conference in Lokoja, Dino Melaye alleged a plan to deploy thugs during the upcoming November 11 governorship election in Kogi.

He claimed that Governor Yahaya Bello intends to bring in thugs from Lagos, Ogun, and Oyo States to disrupt the elections.

APC’s Advice to Melaye

The APC’s statement, issued by the spokesman of the APC Governorship Campaign Council, Kingsley Fanwo, advises Dino Melaye to refrain from making baseless claims and excuses for his expected defeat in the election.

Dismissing Melaye’s Claims

The APC refutes Dino Melaye’s allegations and describes them as an outdated and ineffective strategy in election campaigns. They deny any plans by the governor to import thugs to create chaos in the state.

Assurance to Kogi Residents

The state Commissioner for Information encourages Kogi residents to cast their votes for the APC without fear of violence, emphasizing the party’s readiness for a free and fair election.

Final Words from APC

The APC expresses confidence in its political structure and believes that the people of Kogi will endorse their party in the upcoming governorship poll.

They highlight their political achievements in the state since 2015 and assert that Governor Yahaya Bello has performed well.

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