Ondo 2020: Group Accuses Agboola Ajayi Of Importing Arms

TheBREAKING: ZLP's Agboola Ajayi Picks Running Mate For Ondo ElectionOndo State Deputy Governor, Agboola Ajayi, has revealed why he resigned from the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The Ondo Deputy Governor,  Hon. Agboola Ajayi, has been accused of importing  arms and training militia groups ahead of the October 10, gubernatorial election.

Naija News learnt that the group alleged that Ajayi, who is the governorship candidate of the Zenith Labour Party for the October 10 governorship election had trained several militia group to disrupt the polls. The group also  stated that  some local governments in the state have been earmarked where the militia groups would be deployed to destabilise the October election.

Coordinator of the OSYI, Comrade Lukman Akintoye, who spoke in Akure, listed the local governments to include Ese-Odo, Ilaje, Akure South, Owo , Idanre, Akoko North East and Ose.

Akintoye alleged the militia group tested their might when they attempted to disrupt the local government election in Ese-Odo, even when the ZLP pulled out of the race.

He urged security agencies residents in the state to be on the lookout for strange faces during the election period.

He noted that the grand plan of Ajayi and his sponsors was to use the political thugs to disrupt the exercise in the stronghold of his political opponents.

“We want to put the public and our security agencies on alert and warn them to be wary of strange faces and movement in their neigbourhood, particularly people in Ese-Odo, Ilaje, Owo, Akure South, Idanre, Akoko North East and Ose local governments.

“Information at our disposal revealed that Ajayi in connection with some governors, who are sponsoring his governorship ambition, in their clandestine move are perfecting plans on how to deploy men of this militia group into these various local governments, three weeks before the poll with the sole aim of causing violence on the election day.

 

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