African Alliance Congress (AAC) has urged security agencies to arrest Omoyele Sowore for mobilising his supporters for a protest at the headquarters of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in Abuja.
Reacting on Monday, the party accused Sowore of impersonating the AAC National Chairman, Dr. Leonard Nzenwa.
Sowore and his group have been seeking recognition as original owners of the party, however, INEC had recognised the Nzenwa-led group.
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Describing Sowore as an impostor who must be arrested, the AAC management stated the party was not against his protest, however, against the use of the party for “private business” as a result of he had allegedly been expelled from AAC.
Addressing reporters in Abuja, Nzenwa stated: “Last Wednesday, March 10, 2021, we alerted the nation to an ongoing mobilisation to hide under the name of our great party to wreak havoc …nationwide.
“The plot additionally included makes an attempt to assault different public infrastructure and trigger mayhem throughout the nation by Omoyele Stephen Sowore and some misdirected youths and miscreants from March 15, 2021, and onward.”