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Pandemonium in Ogun as crowd disrupts APC campaign, boos Oshiomhole, leaders

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Pandemonium broke out on Monday during the PRESIDENTIAL campaign of the All Progressives Congress as crowd shouted ‘Ole’ thief at APC leaders.

The irate crowd continued despite pleas from Governor Ibikunle Amosun, Abike Dabiri and the APC Chairman Adams Oshiomhole.

The crowd shouted down the APC Chairman, ADAMS Oshiomhole. The situation went from bad to worse as the crowd hurled stones and objects at Ogun APC gubernatorial candidate, Dapo Abiodun, as President Buhari raised his hands.

And as he urged party and supporters to vote for Dapo Abiodun, many of them replied “Nooooo”.

This was greeted by more noise and rally MC announced the end of the programme after an apparent signal.

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