APC Candidate, Akeredolu’s Bread Is Poisonous – Jegede Alleges

The Eyitayo Campaign Organisatio n in Ondo state on Wednesday has alleged

that the bread being shared by persons

loyal to the All Progressives Congress

APC governorship candidate, Rotimi

Akeredolu SAN are poisonous. A staunch supporter of Akeredolu in the

state Dele Ologun has distributed 400

pieces of customized bread to members

of the party in Akure Ward 1 in Akure

North council area of the state.A statement issued in Akure by the

Eyitayo Jegede Campaign Organisation

and signed by Mr. Kayode Fasua, the

organisation said the bread is not good

for consumption as it contained

"potassium bromide which causes instant stomach rumbling." The

statement reads in part: "Our

attention has been drawn to the

circulation of loaves of bread by agents

of the APC governorship candidate, Mr.

Rotimi Akeredolu (SAN). "Though there is nothing bad in

distributing bread more so that under

the APC national administration, life has

become unbearable for the common

people, our major concern now is that

the loaves of bread being distributed are killer loaves; they are

contaminated. "Microbiologists have moved in and

found that the loaves of bread are

poisonous. It was found that they

contain potassium bromide, which the

National Agency for Food and Drug

Administration and Control (NAFDAC) had long alerted Nigerians to

avoid." The Eyitayo Jegede Campaign

Organisation of the Peoples Democratic

Party as such urged residents of the

state to reject "the bread" and

instead, advise Akeredolu to state how

he is going to create wealth from "a party that has impoverished Nigerians.

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