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FPRO challenges accusers of MC Oluomo to produce evidence



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The Force Public Relations Officer, CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi, has responded to allegations made by a Twitter user, AjammaS, regarding the conduct of Musiliu Akinsaya, also known as MC Oluomo, during the recent Lagos State gubernatorial election.

AjammaS claimed that Adejobi and the police failed to protect voters during the election, despite Adejobi’s previous statement regarding MC Oluomo’s comments about Igbo voters.

In response, Adejobi stated that anyone with evidence of an attack against MC Oluomo can file a case against him. He emphasized that MC Oluomo does not have immunity from prosecution and urged the Twitter user to take any evidence to the appropriate legal authorities.

Adejobi had previously described MC Oluomo’s threat against Igbo voters as a joke, but later clarified that nobody has the right to prevent Nigerians from voting. He also noted that MC Oluomo had denied making the threat, and that the Commissioner of Police in Lagos had debunked it as well.

The Deputy Governor of Lagos State, Obafemi Hamzat, had previously stated that MC Oluomo and other political figures must face consequences if found guilty of breaking the law during the election. Hamzat did not call for the arrest of any individuals but emphasized the importance of examining the facts and holding those who break the law accountable.

It is important to note that allegations made on social media should be taken with a grain of salt and that evidence must be presented to legal authorities in order to pursue legal action. It is also important for all political actors to uphold the rule of law and ensure that citizens are able to exercise their right to vote without fear of violence or intimidation.

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