Information reaching this medium now is that another clash has erupted in LAFIAGI , Edu LG area between members of APC and supporters of AA group where two prominent party cheiftains and Gubernatorial aspirants of the party , Alhaji Tajudeen Abdulkadir Audu and Alhaji S.Y Abdullahi, together with APC stakeholders, Alh MT Mamman and Engr Umaru Shaaba have reportedly been attacked during a stakeholders meeting.
Vehicles as well as other properties belonging to party Chieftains was said to have been destroyed while many sustained varuiud degrees of injuries. The meetings was said to have been organized by some Governor's loyalists led by Tescom chairman, Bello car wash, Barr Aliyu Alhassan former SA and former chairman labassa.
The development has thrown Edu people into palpable tension as residents and people bare fleeing their houses for fear of stray bullets . The APC and the AA group has been in serious confrontations since the excercise for party registration began with the tow groups battling for who controls the soul of APC ahead of 2023
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