Just In: Hoodlums disrupts Trade Moni programmer in Ogun State

There was commotion at the circulation of the Federal Government's 'Merchant Moni' credit on Tuesday in Abeokuta, Ogun, as some gangsters supposedly raged the Lafenwa Market, setting of the program, to disturb it.

The Trader Moni conspire, which is a Federal Government social mediation program, which gives premium free credits of N10,000 was, be that as it may, upset by criminals suspected to be political hooligans after they whisked away the market's lady chief to an obscure spot subsequent to scattering the brokers.

A check by the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) uncovered that the punks touched base at the scene when the enlistment of the market ladies was on-going and consequently ceased procedures.

A portion of the market ladies who talked with NAN journalist at the setting communicated dissatisfaction at the advancement.

A pepper dealer, who basically distinguished herself as Morenikeji, disclosed to NAN that the Chairman of Abeokuta North-West Local Council Development Area (LCDA), Hon. Monsuru Shorunke, drove the individuals who pursued away the market people before they in the long run removed the market lady pioneer.

NAN reports that the lady head had since returned.

In any case, when reached, Shorunke affirmed to NAN in a phone meet that he drove a few people to Lafenwa to scatter a social occasion where a few lawmakers were offering cash to advertise ladies in return for their Permanent Voters Cards.

"I was before the senator (Ibikunle Amosun) when we heard that a few people came to Lafenwa advertise gathering individuals' PVCs from the merchants with their names and PVC numbers.

"The representative said we ought to go out and discover.

"It was Governor Amosun that sent us. I was before the senator when we heard the data.

"In this way, I gathered Iyaloja's telephone number from Hon. Akintona. We took Iyaloja to the senator's home alongside Babaloja of Lafenwa.

"We trust it wasn't right for them to come and gather individuals' PVCs with numbers before race day. That was what they came to do at Lafenwa.

"My message is that we ought to be cautious, the electorate, yet every one of the lawmakers in Ogun State.

"We should be watchful. They need to give them cash in view of the coming race and it isn't right," he said.

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