TISSUES OF LIES! ADC Tackles APC over comments credited to the party

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The African Democractic Congress (ADC) has described as tissues of lies the comments credited to the party to have been said against governor Yahaya Bello and his proxy Candidate in the November 11 Governorship election.

Spokesperson of the ADC campaign council, Hon. Shola Adebola said there was never a time the party made any of those statements as rumoured by the APC.

He said ADC as a party is too focused on winning the November 11 guber poll, and has no time engaging in “beer parlour’ gisting which the APC is alluding to them.

“The tissues of lies by the APC has no bearing with us. We are so occupied for the task ahead, which is to claim the Lugard House from the emperor that is pursuing a third term agenda through his cousin, Ahmed Usman Ododo.

For the avoidance of doubt, there was never a time we said President Bola Ahmed Tinubu did not want to see Governor Yahaya Adoza Bello again; or said that Hon James Falake has abandoned OAU consolidation mandate.

“We never said Yahaya Bello didn’t do anything in Kogi state when we know quite well that he did a lot in impoverishing our people. Yahaya Bello did alot in destroying the local government areas. He was responsible for increasing death rate in the state due to months of unpaid salaries and allowances. He abandoned many infrastructural projects and makes the civil service redundant.

Bello destroyed the image of the state and turned Kogi to a theater of war. Kogi today is more divided than before – all thanks to his divisive government.

“On the issue of supreme Court, our party has no business with that. APC was taking to court by one of its members and we have no business with, or connection to its outcome.”

The ADC therefore urged the APC to stop hiding under one finger and focus on how to redeem its image from the GYB maladministration; stressing that governor Bello has plunged the state into the highest level of despair.

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