Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State has been asked to warn his supporters against attacking supporters of Peter Obi, Labour Party, LP, presidential candidate.
Deji Adeyanju, a socio-political activist said El-Rufai should tell his supporters to allow Obi’s followers hold their rally “in peace.”
El-Rufai mocked Obi’s supporters over their plans to hold a “100 million-man march” for him in the state.
There was a march for the Labour Party presidential candidate in Nasarawa State as well as Cross River State.
But, El-Rufai said Obi’s supporters may not be able to gather 200 people in the streets of Kaduna for the march.
The governor said they can only get the figure they are projecting by “importing” people to the state.
Responding, Adeyanju, in a tweet wrote: “Dear El-Rufai, please, warn your supporters in Kaduna who might see your tweet of mockery against the Obidients and become tempted to attack them not to do so.
“Let them hold their 100million man march in peace. Thanks!”