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Kogi Govt Won’t Succumb To SDP Blackmail-Fanwo

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Kogi Govt Won’t Succumb To SDP Blackmail- Fanwo

Kogi State Government has vowed not to succumb to political blackmail being allegedly sponsored by the candidate of the Social Democratic Party.

The state Commissioner for Information and Communication, Kingsley Fanwo said this in a segment on Tuesday.

The statement warned those spreading falsehood against the government to desist otherwise they should prepare to face the law.

The statement accused the SDP governorship candidate, Muritala Yakubu’ Ajaka of whipping sentiments and spreading falsehood to create ethnic tension in the state.

“It is important to tell Nigerians and the world that Muritala Yakubu Ajaka, the said Governorship candidate of the Social Democratic Party, is on a blisteringly shameful agenda of whipping sentiments, spreading falsehood with reckless abandon so as to put on himself, a garment of importance and create unnecessary air around himself as a contender that he is not.

According to the statement, the intention of Ajaka is to create ethnic division and blow his own ego. “We know the contenders and the pretenders and he is not a political threat as far as Kogi State is concerned,” the statement noted.

The statement argued tha Governor Yahaya Bello had no hands in Ajaka’s political failure and would not allow his state to become a state of anomie and lawlessness because of the ambition of the SDP candidate.

“The Governor of Kogi State, His Excellency Alh. Yahaya Bello, CON, is the Governor of all the people of Kogi State and he owes them a duty of care and security. He swore to protect them and protect them he shall.

The State Government has no clandestine plan to frame up anyone, not to talk about political Lilliputians with questionable character.

As a Government, we will not condone reckless statements as we urge the security agencies to arrest the current trend by acting decisively against inflammatory statements. A lack of action has emboldened some political opportunists to think they can spread lies, incite the people, play politics of ethnic profiling and still get away with them,” the statement said.

The statement called on Ajaka to boldly carry his own cross instead of hiding behind one finger.

“We have no hand in the problems that his unbridled inordinate ambition has brought upon him,” the statement added.

 

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