Chairman of Lagos State Park and Garages Management, Musiliu Ayinde Akinsanya popularly known as Mc-Oluomo, has dispelled a threat speech against the Igbo voters in Lagos attributed to him.
The Lagos Transport Union boss, in a viral video, was alleged to have warned Igbos who would not vote for the All Progressives Congress, APC, candidates in the Saturday’s general election to stay at home.
In the said video, MC Oluomo was seen calling on one Mama Chukwudi who was later identified as Mrs Uche that Igbos who would not vote for the APC should stay home.
Responding to the video, Mc-oluomo said his comment was twisted by mischief makers who are bent on pitching him against the Igbos living in the state.
He furthered that the video was doctored to mislead the public.
He clarified, “The video was captured when I was holding a meeting with some residents of Oshodi , Isolo and Ejigbo which include Igbos and the woman whom he referred to as “Iya Chukwundi” was in the meeting.
The woman in question, in the same video with Mc-oluomo, however, refuted the claim, explaining that her cordial relationship with Transport Union leader spans several years.
She further maintained that Mc-Oluomo does patronizes her noddles business and they were only cracking jokes but to her surprise, the jokes were miscontrued