Sowore Confronts Shettima, Al-Mustapha at Peace Path…

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The African Action Congress, AAC, Presidential Candidate, Omoyele Sowore, yesterday at th so-called ‘Peace Accord’ signing ceremony in Abuja, verbally attacked the duo of Kashim Shettima and Al-Mustapha.

His anger against the organizers was that, the Vice Presidential candidate to Bola Ahmed Tinubu who was absent at the event, was allowed to sit among the presidential candidates on the front role.

Sowore asked Shettima why he was seated with other presidential candidates instead of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Tinubu.

Not done, the SaharaReporters founder walked to Al-Mustapha to remind him of the ignoble role he played during the dark days of Sani Abacha regime.

Later, the renowned journalist took to his social media handles to share the story of what had transpired.

“At the Presidential ‘Peace Accord’ signing in Abuja, I had to challenge Al-Mustapha, Abacha henchman and Kashim Shettima who took the position of Presidential candidates because ⁦@officialABAT⁩ was no where to be found, but organisers let him sit in front!.” Sowore wrote.

In a video that has gone viral, Sowore is seen as he advanced to Al-Mustapha, while another unidentified man formed a ‘perimeter wall’ between the two presidential candidates.

Earlier, The presidential candidate of the African Action Congress, had questioned the necessity of a Peace Accord. He said that the idea of signing peace pact ahead of the 2023 presidential election signifies that the country is at war.

When he was asked by Arise Television Reporter, Dr. Reuben Abati if he would append his signature to the peace document, Sowore said he was not against the peace accord noting that he would sign it to show the people that he subscribed to peace.

“I don’t know why we’re signing this peace accord when we are not at war. This signifies that Nigeria is at war. Elections are a war in this country.”

“For the sake of symbolism of this, I will show up there, and sign whatever they want so that the people can understand that I subscribe to peace during the election and after the election.” Sowore said.

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