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I did not order APC supporters to kill in Rivers, says Oyegun
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The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief John Odigie-Oyegun, yesterday invalidated a report by a national every day (not The Guardian) acknowledged to him as calling for shoot for-discharge in front of today's re-run government and state administrative decisions in Rivers State.

Odigie-Oyegun, in an announcement by his Chief of Staff, Edwin Ikhinmwin, said the remarks attributed to him were turned to suit some undeniable private enthusiasm, taking note of that he was dependably a man of peace.

As per Ikhinmwin: "The APC National Chairman has reliably supported for quiet, free, reasonable, straightforward and dependable races and won't be a piece of any arrangement that will prompt to loss of pure lives.

"The remark by the national director at Thursday's super rally was clear. The APC is on a save mission in Rivers State to spare the general population from the homicidal and severe administration in the state. He approached APC supporters to secure their votes.

"He communicated the assurance of the government to guarantee a serene, straightforward and sound re-run decision on Saturday (today) through the gigantic organization of security, with the goal that voters don't remain away out of dread.

"The media and overall population are encouraged to neglect the manufactured articulations, which are false, badly inspired, devilish and flighty.