Yari condemns assault on caravan, urges supporters not to revenge

Written by on September 17, 2018

Senator Abdul’aziz Yari of Zamfara State has censured the assault on his escort by All Progressives Congress supporters who are followers to bothered governorship applicants in the state.

Yari, in an announcement issued on Sunday in Gusau by Malam Ibrahim Dosara, his Special Adviser on Media and Public Enlightenment, forewarned his followers to cease from exact retribution.

He encouraged individuals of the state to be well behaved nationals and dodge any type of brutality for the sake of governmental issues.

“Any reputable resident needs to regard the tranquil climate concerning legislative issues in Zamfara.”

The senator said that his organization had completed a great deal to stop followers and all young people, particularly supporters of APC, from taking part in any movement that would imperil the peace among political affiliations and gatherings.

He encouraged government officials to illuminate their supporters on peace and soundness in relations to every political affiliation and social occasions

It was reported that some APC supporters had assaulted the representative’s caravan at Lalan Roundabout in Gusau on Sunday as he was making a trip to Kaduna.

The seven wronged governorship hopefuls including the agent representative, Malam Ibrahim Wakkala, had composed a rally in Gusau on Sunday, where a large number of their supporters ended up receiving them.

At the point when the arousing applicants and their supporters were coming into town, they kept running into the representative’s escort and the group assaulted the senator’s motorcade annihilating glasses.

In any case, the brisk mediation of the versatile police and representative’s security points of interest who discharged shots noticeable all around scattered the horde.

It was reported that quiet has since been reestablished in the state capital after the encounter.

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