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BREAKING: Hoodlums Attack APC Secretariat In Zamfara, Destroy Property
apart from the state Secretariat at the bypass Gusau, the Central Zonal office of the party and other offices across the state were also attacked. Police confirmed.
The All Progressives Congress (APC) Secretariat in Zamfara has been attacked by Unknown persons, suspected to be hoodlums, property worth millions of Naira including billboards, posters and windows, reportedly destroyed.
The Chairman of the party Security Committee of the Gusau, Abdullahi Tsafe, while briefing newsman on Wednesday, said that the attacks were carried out on Monday and Tuesday.
Tsafe said that apart from the state Secretariat at the bypass Gusau, the Central Zonal office of the party and other offices across the state were also attacked.
Tsafe, who is a retired Commissioner of Police, decried the action and said that the party had since alerted the police over the matter.
In his words: “I believe they must have acted on it by now”.
“If our members reacted to that it would create problem, but APC as law-abiding political party, we always caution our members to be law-abiding and shun political violence,” he said.
The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, SP Muhammad Shehu confirmed the incident to newsmen.
Shehu said that the state Commissioner of Police, Mr Usman Nagogo had already visited the scenes of the incident.
“The command has already commenced investigation on the matter and promised to deal with anybody found wanting on the matter,” he added.
The command’s spokesman said that in spite of the efforts of the police to maintain law and order in the state, some people were hellbent on causing trouble in the state.