Frank in a statement in Abuja, Tuesday, said Senator Sani, who is the governorship candidate of the APC in Kaduna State allegedly orchestrated the attack hence the urgent need to arrest him and prosecute him if found culpable.
Frank, a die-hard fan of Atiku condemned the attack in its entirety, adding that something urgent must be done to prevent such antagonist tendencies from being replicated in other states of the Federation during the ongoing campaigns ahead of the 2023 general elections.
He noted that the attack represented a negation of the peace accord recently signed by political parties and candidates for a peaceful 2023 general elections, insisting that the General Abdulsalami Abubakar-led National Peace Committee should sanction Uba Sani.
He also called on the United Kingdom, United States of America and the European Union to urgently revoke their respective visas for Uba Sani to serve as a deterrent to others who may be planning to initiate and inject the virus of violence to disrupt the 2023 campaigns either in Kaduna or in any other State of the Federation.
Frank, who is United Liberation Movement for West Papua (ULMWP) Ambassador to East Africa and the Middle East, however, lauded the Kaduna State chapter of the PDP and its teeming supporters who ensured that the presidential campaign rally held as planned notwithstanding the violent attack and intimidation unleashed against them.
He said: “The APC knows that they have failed Nigerians and therefore cannot win the 2023 general elections. They also know that Nigerians are supporting the PDP and its Presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, to win in order to halt APC’s bad policies and programmes which have bastardised the nation’s economy, pauperised and foisted insecurity on the people.
“From all indications it is now clear that the Presidential candidate of the APC, Bola Tinubu is not sellable and cannot win the next election, therefore the APC is on overdrive to rig the elections by intimidating Nigerians”