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Sunday, 27 January 2019

APC Fayemi And PDP Olusola To Know Fate As Tribunal Rules Monday

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The Ekiti Governorship Election Petitions Tribunal in Abuja final judgment will be delivered on Monday.

Police Commissioner in Ekiti state, Mr. Asuquo Amba, on Sunday warned politicians and their followers against unlawful protests.


He gave the warning while speaking with newsmen in Ado Ekiti. 
The commissioner, who was represented by the police spokesman in the state, DSP Caleb Ikechukwu, said the command would not allow anyone to destabilize the state under the guise of protests on the outcome of the judgment.
Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the July 14, 2018, governorship election, Prof. Kolapo Olusola, had challenged the declaration of Gov. Kayode Fayemi of the All Progressives Congress(APC) as the validly elected governor.
Kolapo, who recorded a total of 178,223 votes in the election, had alleged irregularities in the election, won by Fayemi with a total vote count of 197, 459. 
Amba said the command’s ‘Operation make Ekiti Safe Squad’ was already on the ground to tackle any unlawful assembly.
“This squad is a Joint Task Force comprising the police and other sister agencies with about 150 men
“They are spread all over the state and being overseen by the police. So, they are on ground to stop any unlawful assembly or stop any protest that could result in violence
“Though people are ready to hold peaceful protest but no one has written to us now to say that they would stage any protest over the judgment
“Even if any group would stage a protest, it won’t be one that will cause riotous assembly or that can be hijacked by hoodlums
“Again, whoever loses in the judgment still has the option of appeal, so violence is not the best option for it won’t be tolerated”.
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