Tension as Hoodlums Chase Funke Akindele Out of Popular Lagos Market, Jandor Reacts
Funke Akindele, the running to the Lagos state governorship candidate for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has been chased out of the Ketu fruit market.
PM News reports that the Nollywood actress-turned-politician was harassed by some hoodlums in the market where she went to campaign ahead of the election.
Reacting to the incident, the PDP governorship candidate, Abdul-Azeez Adediran popularly known as Jandor said that of the supporters of the team was stabbed during the attack which took place on Tuesday, January 24.
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Jandor confirmed that Akindele left the campaign train while the team continued to move around the streets in the council.
Speaking during a meeting with the chief IImam of Ketu Central Mosque, Jandor confirmed that a member of his security team was stabbed while others including journalists were injured.
However, noting that he was not deterred by the hoodlums’ attack, Jandor said his desire is to free the state from bondage and rescue it by allowing the wealth in the state to work for the people.
“What is happening we do not want it again. It is not good for democracy, but despite the attacks, we are moving and still motivated to rescue our people.
“I know it is only God that can give and take, if God gives you no one can take.”
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Lagos PDP governorship candidate, Dr Abdul-Azeez Adediran finally addressed his rumoured association with the ruling APC and some of its key chieftains in Lagos state.
Jandor as he is popularly called disclosed he is not working for the ruling party in the state and even its flagbearer Bola Tinubu.
The PDP candidate noted further that he is working very hard to make sure he ends the APC rule in Lagos state.
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