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Murder Of Emmanuel Adediran: Ladi Adebutu’s Panicky Visit And Obstructive Comments


We have received enquires from media outfits asking for the reaction of our party, the All Progressives Congress (APC), to the spurious allegation against our party by the defeated governorship candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Ladi Adebutu, on the gruesome murder of a staff of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Emmanuel Adeniran, who was killed during the March 18, 2023 elections.

We see Adebutu’s visit to the family as panicky, patronizing, a cheap and wicked way to seek popularity, while his trump-up allegation is not only wicked and obstructive, but also a desperate attempt to block police investigation into the murder of the INEC staff.

Ladi Adebutu was merely trying to run away from his shadow, which is impossible.
After his woeful loss of election, he has suffered and still suffers from delusion and electoral hangover from his woeful loss. That is why if he is not on the streets with his hirelings protesting, he is visiting INEC office with hundreds of rented people “to submit a letter”, or making vile and unfounded allegations all over.
When he should actually be answering questions from the police and other security agents on his wanton breach of electoral laws and the Constitution during the March 18, 2023 elections, he still strutting the streets like one that is above the law.

The death of the deceased officer is painful, condemnable and wickedness of the highest order. Ladi’s panicky popularity-seeking visit to the deceased’s family and his gibberish are attempts to obstruct police investigations. Ogun State people know who is prone to violence; it is in the DNA of PDP. Remember that a police corporal identified as Sunday Idoko was shot dead by unknown gunmen while escorting election results from Ipokia to the Ilaro collation centre on February 24, 2019. Ipokia local government is the home of Ladi Adebutu’s deputy in the March 18 governorship election, Hon. Kunle Akinlade, who was contesting in the 2019 governorship election as a candidate of the Allied People’s Movement (APM).
The police should use this latest case of gruesome murder of Femi Adeniran to get to the root of dastardly murder of the INEC officer and bring whoever is involved to books. This is also an opportunity to reopen the case of the murdered police officer, Sunday Idoko.
Ladi should be reminded, as we have seen during the last elections that: MONEY IS NOT EVERYTHING AND CANNOT BUY EVERYONE.

– Tunde Oladunjoye
State Publicity Secreatry

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