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Dagogo Reacts To His Wike’s Order Seeking His Arrest, Says He Is Not A Cultist

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Member of the Federal House of Representatives, Farah Dagogo has reacted to the Rivers governor, Wike Nyesom order which seeks his arrest.

This is coming after it was reported that Wike accused Dagogo who doubles as a governor aspirant of Rivers state of hiring cultists to disrupt the People Democratic Party (PDP) screening held in Port Harcourt.

In response to the accusation, Dagogo’s special assistant on media and publicity identified as Ibrahim Lawal releases a statement that strikes out Wike’s accusation.

The full statement reads;

1. Hon. Doctor Farah Dagogo is not a cultist and did not send anyone to disrupt the screening exercise.

2. Hon. Doctor Farah Dagogo was never at the Party Secretariat where the screening process took place. He is Governorship aspirant and not National or State Assembly aspirant.

3. The Governor has taken the decision to credit Hon. Dagogo as sponsor of Cultists in order to stop the screening of Hon. Doctor Farah Dagogo scheduled for tomorrow, April 28, 2022, for the Governorship position of Rivers State.

4. That the directives for the arrest of Hon. Dagogo violates the spirits of Section 14 and 33 of the Constitution of the Frderal Republic of Nigeria, 1999 (As Amended).

5. That the Inspector General of Police should direct the Commissioner of Police, Rivers State not to heed to the directives of the Governor in this circumstance. If the Commissioner of Police, Rivers State considers it incumbent to invite Hon. Doctor Farah Dagogo, he is willing to make himself available on the receipt of an official invite from the police after tomorrow’s screening and not before.

6. Hon. Doctor Farah Dagogo is a respectable and law abiding Federal Lawmaker representing the people of Degema/Bonny Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives

7. The National Chairman of the PDP is invited to urgently investigate the matters.

7. Civil Society Organizations are urged to protect democracy in Nigeria.

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