The Zamfara State Government has demolished the All Progressives Congress (APC) campaign office in Gusau, the state capital.
Naija News reports that the demolition was carried out by the Zamfara Anti-thuggery Committee set up by the state Governor, Bello Matawalle.
In a chat with reporters on Sunday, Chairman of the Committee, Bello Bakyasuwa said the campaign office was demolished following intelligence reports that it was being used as a hideout.
Bakyasuwa asserted that the occupants of the campaign office were selling spare parts of stolen vehicles, motorcycles, and drugs.
He added that the committee, which was established to fight thuggery and other acts of violence in the state, recovered some women’s clothes during a raid of the office
He said: “Based on the available intelligence report to my committee on the party campaign office which we demolished today, it indicated that the occupants are selling spare parts of stolen vehicles, motorcycles, and drugs.
“We even recovered some women’s clothes during a raid of the said office.”
Bakyasuwa also said the committee is working round the clock to fight political thuggery and ensure a hitch-free electioneering campaign by all political parties in the state.
He added: “As the election draws nearer, my committee is saddled with the responsibility to ensure a peaceful campaign and election in the state.
“I am appealing to political parties and politicians to cooperate with the anti-thuggery committee in its efforts to ensure peaceful electioneering campaigns and elections in the state.”
This article was originally published on Naija News