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Confront Real Criminals, Leave IPOB, Oduduwa Agitators Alone — African Action Congress Tells Lagos Police


The Lagos part of the African Action Congress has approached the state magistrate of police, Hakeem Odumosu, to zero in on his legal duty of managing lawbreakers and not intrude in legislative issues.

This comes in the wake of a new remark by the Lagos police manager that individuals from the Indigenous People of Biafra are intending to assault easy prey in Lagos.

In a proclamation gave on Tuesday, the gathering’s Publicity Secretary, Elias Ozikpu, affirmed that Odumosu’s new remark was to fuel disdain among the IPOB fomenters and the Oodua Republic instigators.

AAC portrayed Odumosu as a manikin working for the decision All Progressives Party (APC) and plotting with political lawbreakers to mistreat tranquil dissidents and different Nigerians requesting their privileges.

The assertion part of the way read, “The Lagos part of the African Action Congress is constrained to react to the riffraff energizing comments made by APC’s manikin Hakeem Odumosu, who is introduced as the Commissioner of Police in Lagos State with the chief point of upholding APC’s enemy of popularity based arrangements of restraint and persecution.

“We have noticed intently the absolute hesitance and fainthearted demeanor with which Hakeem Odumosu moves toward genuine wrongdoing issues in Lagos State and how he promptly leaps to his feet to react to his lords’ calls to subdue residents who are practicing authentic rights that are cherished in the constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

“We are in absolute frustration that in a state plagued with solidified hoodlums who sequentially loot and execute an assortment of different violations day by day against honest residents, Mr Odumosu is inquisitively distracted with the actual direct opposite of the workplace he involves – plotting with political lawbreakers to execute their Mephistophelean plans against Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), fomenters for the Oodua Republic and other Civil Right Movements and Political Groups who have perpetrated no wrongdoing known to any Nigerian law to warrant the stupendous trick being incubated by Odumosu and the veil wearing crooks controlling him.

“We should make it earnestly certain that a force inebriated Odumosu and his confreres in the blood-drenched APC system are without the fitness to make an ignoble sea and afterward constrain every other person to suffocate in it. Individuals have liberated rights to investigate other legal and genuine choices as they continued looking for endurance.

“We, in this manner, approach Hakeem Odumosu to call some mental fortitude, develop past compromising and capturing unarmed serene nonconformists by facing genuine crooks in Lagos State. We further approach Hakeem Odumosu to zero in on his legal obligation of killing wrongdoing in Lagos State and halt from additional interfering in legislative issues. His speculative case that IPOB plotted to assault ‘weaknesses’ in Lagos, in a urgent bid to make a showdown among IPOB and Oodua bunch, is unsuitable and absolutely at difference with his expected set of responsibilities.

“Clearly the Nigerian despot tyrant, (Muhammadu) Buhari and his blood-splashed APC system might not have recently run over the colloquialism that ‘normal issues join casualties.’ Dictator Buhari and his blood-drenched APC system have pledged to eliminate each Nigerian through enemies of individuals approaches and Boko Haram, and the system’s casualties have normally joined for a firm and composed opposition.

“Subsequently, the AAC urges Nigerians to overlook the balderdash regurgitated by a fearful Hakeem Odumosu, whose lone accomplishment since accepting office as Lagos State Commissioner of Police has been the badgering and unlawful captures of unarmed tranquil nonconformists across Lagos. We further urge Nigerians to not withdraw as they continued looking for equity and independence from a fiendishness and blood-shedding government.”


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