Buhari’s Election Agent in Ogun State, Bode Mustapha petitions Inspector General of Police over attack on office

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The Ogun State Agent for President Mohammadu Buhari in the just concluded February Presidential election, Chief Bode Mustapha has petitioned the Inspector General of Police, over attack and vandalisation of his office building.

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Mustapha, chieftain of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) and Egba High Chief in the petition dated March 18,2019,titled,’Vandalization of My Office’ explained that the building located along Moshood Abiola way in Abeokuta, was offered by him, to be use by the Ogun State Governorship Candidate of the party, Prince Dapo Abiodun.

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According to him, “My office was used as the APC Governorship campaign Office for the just concluded Governorship campaigns and election in Ogun State.

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“Ever since the success and subsequent emergence of Prince Dapo Abiodun, MFR, as the Governor elect, my office has been under constant attack by unknown persons. The latest attack and vandalization occurred in the night of Sunday 17th March to the morning of Monday, 18th March, 2019’,he said.

The Bobagunwa of Egbaland, in the petitioned also enclosed some of the pictures of the vandalisation act, emphasisng that, ‘’these attacks, I am sure is the handwork of politicians because of my support for and allegiance to Prince Dapo Abiodun MFR (Governor Elect of Ogun State).”

Chief Mustapha said in view of the ugly development, the Inspector General of Police should come to his assistance, as well as the safety of his staff who are now vulnerable, before the situation get out of hands.

“I will in view of the foregoing, appreciate your kind and urgent intervention and await your favourable response before more damage is done possibly not only to my property but also my staff who are now very vulnerable especially as I am abroad at the moment,” he pleaded.

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