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Ondo State Governorship Primaries Was Very Peaceful – PDP

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The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, in Ondo State has come out to respond to the allegations that violence and thuggery characterized the party’s recent primary by Ondo State government.

Its Director of Media and Publicity, Zadok Akintoye recently revealed that the allegations are false and the party never expected such statement from the Chief Security Officer of a State.

According to him, the conduct of the primary poll was very peaceful and everyone who participated actually commended the organization of the polls.

He added that not a single word of complaint has so far been expressed by the management of the state-owned event centre and no damage was done to the facility that hosted the election.

His words, “Without any feeling of hysteria for his trumped-up allegation, it is important to let the governor realise that as an attestation to the peaceful conduct of the primary poll, virtually all those who contested against the winner of the election issued respective statements, commending the peaceful conduct of the PDP primary election.

“Besides, not a single word of complaint has so far been expressed by the management of the state-owned event centre, that there was damage of any sort, at the facility.”

“How would one describe the orgies of violent acts unleashed on perceived strongholds of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) by heavily armed thugs, fighting the cause of the governor.

”lf there is anyone promoting thuggery, it is Akeredolu’s desperate party, the APC, under his leadership. That is why he should first remove the log in his eyes before taking out the candy in our mouths.

“Fact is; Aketi is afraid of PDP’s Eyitayo Jegede’s emergence and it is understandable. If he’s a man of honour, he should just withdraw from the race and stop wasting the scarce resources of Ondo State on a project that is destined to fail.”

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