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  • DSK, Taraba APC denounces hate video against TY Danjuma



  • By Gabriel Yough
    Mr David Kente, a chieftain of the All
    Progressives Congress (APC) in Taraba, on
    Monday dissociated himself from the hate video
    circulating in the social media against Gen.
    Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma (rtd).
    Billionaire Danjuma was a former army chief and
    defence minister of Nigeria and an indigene of
    the state from Takum.
    Kente, addressing journalists in Wukari,
    described the video as fake and an attempt by
    some of his political opponents to tarnish his
    image.
    He noted that linking him to a hate video against
    Danjuma was callous and very disheartening.
    Kente explained that the elder statesman was his
    role model in many aspects of life, saying there
    was no way he would insult him.
    “I want to state clearly here that the hate video
    circulating on the social media that I insulted
    Danjuma is malicious and fake.
    “It is the handiwork of mischief makers who are
    not happy with my closeness to the elder
    statesman,” he said.
    Kente urged the public and the elder statesman
    to disregard what he called a fictitious video.
    He appealed to politicians to play the game by
    the rules so as to bring about development of
    society.
    Kente, the Social Democratic Party (SDP)
    governorship candidate in 2015 general election
    in Taraba, who recently defected to APC, urged
    the people to support the change agenda of the
    party.
    He explained that the APC meant well for the
    country and should be supported by all to enable
    the party deliver on its campaign promises for
    the good of the country.
    Kente said he would team up with other
    progressive minded persons to rescue Taraba
    from the hands of the Peoples Democratic
    Party led government in the 2019 general
    elections.
    He expressed optimism that the economy would
    soon pick up given the measures being taken by
    the Federal Government.

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