The All Progressives Congress (APC) on Monday in Abuja, talked about it wouldn’t enable some folk and pursuits to turn Imo to a killing discipline.
Sen. John Akpanudoedehe, National Secretary, APC Caretaker and Additional-usual Convention Planning Committee (CECPC) talked about this in a assertion whereas condemning the assaults on lives and property in Imo.
He talked about the APC had carefully monitored traits in the recount which culminated in Saturday’s brazen and grotesque attack on the distance of Gov. Hope Uzodimma.
Akpanudoedehe talked about the attack on the nation dwelling of Uzodimma was an attack on democracy and constituted authority.
He added that the party had since learnt that there occupy been fatalities with others injured and maimed accurate by the attack.
He further added that whereas the APC was serene in shock over the grotesque turn of events in the recount, it sympathised with Uzodimma and all these plagued by the attack.
“The party and indeed our security products and services will positively no longer see helplessly as some folk and pursuits strive and switch Imo to a killing discipline.
“The party equally condemns the wanton assaults on police personnel and formations in Abia, Imo, Ebonyi, Anambra and Rivers.
“We stand with the Nigeria Police Power and families of the victims in this advanced time as we mourn the deaths of harmless and dedicated security personnel accomplishing their duties of shielding lives and property.
“In Imo, the attack on the governor’s space is an attack on democracy and constituted authority, serving the curiosity of the moral folk of Imo,’’ he talked about.
Akpanudoedehe, alternatively, called on the moral folk of Imo to breeze about their moral activities with out alarm and to resist the enemies of the recount.
He talked about security products and services must fish out the perpetrators of the assaults and their sponsors to face the fat weight of the law.
This, he talked about, was serious to restoring dignity to the citizenry and self belief in the system, particularly democratic and security constructions. (NAN)