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NOW: Thugs attack Atiku’s motorcade in Maiduguri, 74 are in hospital – Melaye

NOW: Thugs attack Atiku’s motorcade in Maiduguri, 74 are in hospital – Melaye

At least 74 people were admitted to the hospital while many cars were destroyed when some bandits attacked the convoy of the PDP presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar in Maiduguri.

The spokesperson of the PDP party, Dino Melaye, disclosed this during the party’s meeting in Maiduguri, where he said they did this to try to stop their election campaign in the state by sending thugs to attack them.

 

 

He said, “They sent their thugs and attacked our convoy with stones, sticks and machetes when we left the Shehu’s palace to go to Ramat square, all in an effort to stop our gathering.”

He complained that thugs were deployed in many places to attack our supporters. But we want to assure them that no one can stop us. More than 10 cars were destroyed and the boards around Bulumkutu corner were destroyed.

At least 74 people were admitted to the hospital while many cars were destroyed when some bandits attacked the convoy of the PDP presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar in Maiduguri.

The spokesperson of the PDP party, Dino Melaye, disclosed this during the party’s meeting in Maiduguri, where he said they did this to try to stop their election campaign in the state by sending thugs to attack them.

 

 

He said, “They sent their thugs and attacked our convoy with stones, sticks and machetes when we left the Shehu’s palace to go to Ramat square, all in an effort to stop our gathering.”

He complained that thugs were deployed in many places to attack our supporters. But we want to assure them that no one can stop us. More than 10 cars were destroyed and the boards around Bulumkutu corner were destroyed.

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