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APC warns opposition against sabotaging Osun govt‎’s projects

All Progressives Congress (APC) in Osun state has warned against alleged structural sabotage of projects executed by Governor Rauf Aregbesola in order to score political advantages.

The Party gave the warning in reaction to the recent vandalisation and carting away of iron rods and cables buried at the edges of two of the five new bridges at the Osogbo by-pass, in Osogbo, by vandals.

In a statement from the Party’s Director of Publicity, Research and Strategy, Kunle Oyatomi, the APC called on law enforcement and security agencies in the state to “pay particular attention to the development befoŕe it becomes a national phenomenon and a scourge to the country’s politics.”

The party argued that “what starts in Osun has a way of spreading to other parts of the country and this incident has the potential of becoming a new political strategy in the arsenal of evil politicians nationwide.

“Although the vandals used for this act of sabotage are still at large, law enforcement agencies have a responsibility to fish them out so that we can get to the bottom of this evil and identify the instigators of the reprehensible crime.”

The party further drew attention of the security agencies to the fact that the opposition had “for months been boasting that they will destroy, cancel or suspend all the policies, projects and social welfare programmes initiated by Ogbeni Rauf Aregbesola-led APC government of by any unfortunate mishap they ever came to power in the state of Osun.

“There must be a nexus therefore between this wicked intention of the opposition and what happened on those bridges in Osogbo.

“It doesn’t appear to be a coincidence that the opposition latched on the sabotage almost immediately it happened to condemn the governor, blaming him for a supposedly shoddy job.

“They then went to town spreading wickedly incorrect information that those bridges had collapsed.

“You don’t have to be a clairvoyant or a prophet to see the link here’, the APC said, pointing out also that ‘since the government revealed that there had been an attempt at sabotaging the bridges, no open condemnation has come from the opposition because what happened corresponds to their intention which they had boasted about since 2015”, the party concluded.
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