In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 22nd, October, 2020

APC Accuse PDP Of Sponsoring And Fueling Protests

APC Accuse PDP Of Sponsoring And Fueling Protests

The APC Deputy Nationwide Publicity Secretary, Mr Yekini Nabena, who made the accusation stated the PDP was taking part in politics with the protests.

#EndSARS Protest

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has pointed fingers on the Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP), accusing them  of fueling the #Finish SARS protests by unguarded assertions on social media.

The APC Deputy Nationwide Publicity Secretary, Mr Yekini Nabena, who made the accusation in an announcement on Wednesday, stated PDP was additionally taking part in politics with the protests.

He maintained that the APC wouldn’t be part of points with PDP on the event which the #EndSARS protests had taken.

In response to him, the get together would give document of how the opposition leaders had been straight and not directly sponsoring the protests and taking part in politics with the problem

“It’s on document that one of many leaders of #EndSARS protest in Akwa Ibom State, three days in the past publicly admitted that the state governor, Udom Emmanuel, gave N4 million for onward sharing to the protesting youth in Uyo.

“Kufre Carter, one of many organisers of the protests, reportedly stated he acquired a name from the governor’s aide on youth issues whom he stated instructed him that the governor gave N4 million to be shared to the protesters.” NAN quoted him as saying.

He acknowledged that the APC Caretaker Committee chairman, Gov. Mai Mala Buni of Yobe, had famous the hidden agenda within the Finish SARS protest.

Nabena appealed to the protesting youth to provide dialogue and peace an opportunity whereas ignoring insensitive fueling by the opposition events.

READ ALSO:  Deputy Governor Of Enugu State, Mrs Cecilia Ezeilo Joins #EndSARS Protest

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