The chairman of the Lagos state parks and garage Alhaji Musiliu Akinsanya populary referred to as MC Oluomo has denied the statement he made in a viral video that seems like a threat to the Igbo resident living in Lagos.
Oluomo had earlier urge is followers and supporters to come out on the 25th of February to vote for Governor Babatunde Sanwolu, he also went further saying that anyone who will not vote for the All Progressive Candidate (APC) should sit at home.
According to him, we have begged them, if they don't want to vote for us, it dosen't call for fight. Iya Chukwudi if you don't want to vote for us, stay at home.
In a just release video, the park chairman has come out to debunked the threat video saying that it was only a joke, that Iya Chukwudi is the woman that sells indomie to him.
Iya Chukwudi also express her self in the video saying that MC Oluomo is her long time neighbour and their is know element of truth in the viral video.
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