…says APC has no reason to fret if they have no sinister plans
Special Adviser to Edo State Governor on Media and Communication Strategy, Crusoe Osagie, has said that the increased police presence noticed in Okpella, Agenebode, Akoko Edo and other parts of the state is not out of the norm.
According to Osagie, “With just a month to the gubernatorial poll in Edo State, security agencies are stepping up their activities across the state. This should not be misconstrued by anyone.
“The claims by the All Progressives Congress (APC) is strange because anyone who means well for Edo people should commend the police for doing their job. The APC should not fret if they have no sinister plans.”
He urged Edo people to cooperate with men of the various security agencies and assist with information where necessary so that the forthcoming election will be peaceful, free and fair.