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APC members storm Deputy Governor’s office over hoarding of Ifelodun registration materials

By Imam Moromoke

Members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) from Ifelodun local government area of Kwara State on Tuesday staged a peaceful protest over non available of registration materials for ongoing Membership revalidation/registration exercise.

The party faithful from Kwara Deputy Governor local government stormed the state capital to express their grievances over the inability to register.

They accused the two lawmakers representing the local government ( Omupo and Share/Oke-ode State Constituencies) in Kwara State House of Assembly; Hon AGF Salaudeen and Hon Owolabi of collaborating with some selfish elements to keeping registration forms and APC Membership register in private residence in Ilorin to deny many people opportunity to register as directed by the National Secretariat.

Kwara Deputy Governor, Kayode Alabi while addressing the protesters promised to intervene and ensure all eligible members revalidated their membership while new members to  registered.

Kayode Alabi has also called stakeholders meeting to hold in his office by 4:30pm on Wednesday.

 

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