The Kwara State All Progressives Congress was scheduled to flag off campaign for the 2019 general elections in the state today 13th December 2018, but postponed due to unforeseen security threats.
The Party which recently became a centre of controversy following the launch of its campaign mantra O to gé (Enough is Enough) is said to be putting up great strategies towards winning the state governorship seat as well as other political positions.
The party in a statement said it may be very difficult to believe, but security threats to the party and it’s activities is real.
“Our victory is not worth the blood of any one of you struggling to get the state out of the grip of a heartless political lord in Kwara state. It is in view of this that we have to postpone the flag off campaign scheduled for Baruten today. While pursuing our goal for freedom and the emancipation of our dear state we must not forget to protect the sanctity of human life and safety.
We therefore appeal to all Kwarans to toe the path of peace.
Our resolve to take Kwara State back from the present government is not negotiable” it continued.
The party therefore appeal to all security agencies to further beef up security in the state.
Fidelinfo correspondent who was scheduled to attend the campaign flag-off got hold of Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq Kwara State APC governorship candidate’s manifesto tagged “Participatory Governance” which focuses on Agriculture, Education, Works and Infrastructure, Economic Development, Youth Empowerment among others.
The party will announce a new date for the flag off anytime soon.