BREAKING: Tension In Delta As APC Chieftain Akpodubakaye Raises Alarm Over Stockpiling Of Guns


By Binebai Princewill

There is palpable tension currently in Delta State, particularly in the creeks of Isaba as a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Isaba kingdom, Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State, Engr. Jude Akpodubakaye raised alarm over alleged illegal movement of guns to the area by unknown persons.

According to him, raising the alarm have become necessary as he has received several calls from his men on ground in Isaba that unknown persons are illegally moving guns into the creeks of Isaba.

However, Engr. Jude Akpodubakaye noted that if the rumour is true, it means that such movement of guns have serious connection with the forthcoming Presidential and National Assembly elections slated to hold tomorrow.

Speaking further, the Isaba Kingdom APC leader have called on the Chief of defense staff, IGP, Chief of naval staff, Chief of army, DSS, and other relevant security agencies to be aware and move into Isaba and its surroundings communities to avert what he described as a looming danger if not urgently tamed by security agencies.

According to him, there is no need for anyone to cause tension at this point in time as all political parties have concluded their campaigns and are ready to vote for their preferred candidates come Saturday 25th of February 2023 (Tomorrow).

Nevertheless, Akpodubakaye had also called on the United Nations (UN), European Union (EU) and other International bodies to keenly look into the alarm that he has raised.

Moreover, Engr. Jude had admonished APC supporters in Isaba not to be scared of whatever perceived intimidation, stressing that he believes that security agencies will swing into action by doing their job.

Meanwhile, when our reporter in his bid to balance the story tried to reach out to some PDP leaders in Isaba ward to get their response on the matter, they did not respond to calls put across to their mobile phones nor did they respond to text messages sent to them as at the time of filing this report.

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