Zamfara: APC calls for arrest of vandals of social gathering’s billboards

Zamfara: APC calls for arrest of vandals of social gathering’s billboards

Tuesday, November 29, 2022


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The All Progressives Congress has known as on safety companies in Zamfara to arrest vandals that destroyed its billboards on Sunday.

The Zamfara APC chairman, Tukur Danfulani, made the decision in an announcement he issued on Monday.

“I write on behalf of the ruling APC to sentence in sturdy phrases the act of vandalism perpetrated yesterday on significantly the APC and the peace-loving folks of Zamfara,” acknowledged Mr Danfulani. “Some suspected thugs stormed the state proper from Bimasa, the border village alongside Sokoto-Gusau street, destroying all APC billboards, posters and another indicator of the APC as much as the state capital.”

He added, “That is the second time these thugs tried to trigger unrest within the state via hiring some unscrupulous individuals to assault harmless folks within the state and steal. They destroyed properties anytime they had been holding rallies within the state.”

The APC chair revealed that the social gathering had written to all safety companies within the state to arrest the perpetrators and their sponsors.

This, Mr Danfulani stated, was to deliver them to e-book to function a deterrent, claiming that opposition events had been jittery following mass defections of their members to APC.


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