The Ondo State branch of The All Progressives Congress (APC), says there are some uncovered plans by some political parties to employ crude means to destroy the image of the party, ahead of the Oct. 10 gubernatorial polls in the state
This was made known by the state publicity secretary of the party in the person of Mr Alex Kalejaiye; This allegation was made into a statement on Wednesday in Akure.
The unholy alliance is informed that the political parties perceive APC as a common enemy because they are jittery over the rising profile of the ruling APC, on account of its performance.
“To achieve this, it was further gathered, the parties are to lay at the doorstep of the ruling party all forms of violence and acts of thuggery that will be carried out by their sponsored agent Ondo APC Spokesman said
“As a responsible and responsive political organisation, the APC appreciates and it is committed to peaceful campaigns and rancor-free gubernatorial election.
“The party abhors anything that can inflict pains on the good people of the state,” Kalejaiye stated.
He tasked all security agencies in the state to be vigilant and ensure that perpetrators of any form of destructive acts, and violations of positive conduct were handled with all seriousness.
According to what he said, APC encourages other political parties to tow the path of peace, and caution their members to discard an untoward attitude of hooliganism and recklessness in their operations.
“Political leaders will do well to avoid making inflammatory statements that are capable of spurring their followers in unjustifiable and uncivilised actions.
“The best way to win over the electorate is to sell programmes of various parties, convince them of ability to deliver on campaign promises, and appeal for their understanding and support,” he stated.
The Ondo State APC spokesman, therefore, noted that the party would always crave for genuine development of the state, through massive infrastructure boosting and industrialisation.
He added that the current uncommon interventions in the agriculture sector would be sustained.