Nigerian Fuji singer, King Wasiu Ayinde Marshall, popularly known as Kwam1, has addressed the viral allegations of beating non APC voters up and taking polling materials away from the voting centre.
An unidentified individual allegedly beaten and rough-handled at his polling unit revealed in a viral video that the popular and well-respected Fuji musician KWAM 1, connived with political thugs to attack Labour Party supporters and agents, and voters who failed to vote for the ruling party, All Progressive Party (APC).
According to him, his jewellery was stolen, and King Wasiu Ayinde took polling materials to his house.
Reacting to the allegation, KWAM1, through his spokesman, Kunle Rasheed, disregarded the claims and reteirated that he will never partake in such acts nor endorse it.
KWAM 1’s statement reads;
“It has come to my attention, indeed I have been inundated with calls seeking my reaction to a video making the rounds on social media, where an unfounded allegation is being made against my person by a supposedly aggrieved Labour Party member, particularly stating that; “IT was beating people and I attempted to take polling materials into my residence”.
In other words, claiming that I used thugs to disrupt the electoral process in an area. Please disregard such claims as they are the handiwork of mischief makers and wicked individuals. I remain a peaceful and a law-abiding citizen who goes about my lawful business/duties peacefully. It is rather appalling and disheartening that these individuals will make such unsubstantiated claim against my person, indeed, it is rather unconscionable and totally unacceptable.
I therefore unequivocally state that I was never involved in such acts and I will never endorse such.
Thank you King Wasiu Ayinde Marshal”.