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Fayose’s Deputy Blames Fayemi, Akeredolu for The Attack On Bamidele



 Fayose's Deputy  Accuses Fayemi, Akeredolu for The Attack On Bamidele

Fayose’s Deputy Accuses Fayemi, Akeredolu for The Attack On Bamidele

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, governorship candidate in Ekiti State and the incumbent deputy governor of the state, Prof . Kolapo Olusola,has allegedly  accused  two APC,Chieftains for the bloodshed at the All Progressives Congress, APC, secretariat.

Naija News learnt that Olusola alleged that his fellow contestant in the upcoming governorship election, Kayode Fayemi and the Ondo State Governor, Rotimi Akeredolu were responsible for the attack that left many people injured.

A policeman had allegedly shot six people, including Hon. Opeyemi Bamidele, in Ado Ekiti at the APC Secretariat in Ajilosun area of the state.

However, a statement by Lere Olayinka, Director of Media and Publicity, Kolapo Olusola Campaign Organisation (KOCO) claimed that Akeredolu brought the policeman who opened fire on people of the state.

The statement reads, “Today, the Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu and the All Progressives Congress (APC) governorship candidate, Dr. Kayode Fayemi invaded Ekiti State with armed policemen and thugs, throwing the State that has been peaceful since the advent of Governor Ayodele Fayose’s government into bloodshed.

Lere also accused that the APC government might Kill the illegal police officer

“We also wish to alert the public of the possibility of the APC shenanigans plotting to assassinate the policeman so as to sustain their lie that he is fake.

“We make bold to say that Governor Akeredolu of Ondo State and Dr Fayemi must be held responsible for any breakdown of law and order in Ekiti State.

It will be recalled that NaijaNews  had earlier reported  the misery behind the identity of the policeman that shot Honorable Opeyemi Bamidele has been unraveled.

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