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Chieftain of National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) better known as MC Oluomo, has been discharged from a Lagos hospital where he was receiving treatment.

MC Oluomo who was attacked at an All Progressives Congress (APC) rally in Ikeja on January 8 and was immediately taken to Eko Hospital, following injuries he sustained.

NAN reports that MC Oluomo left the hospital on Tuesday night after payment of over N2 million medical bill.

Many supporters and well wishers gathered at his house to greet him shortly after spending days in the hospital.

A source was quoted as saying that the NURTW leader may have left for the US after he was discharged.

Akinsanya Musiliu Ayinde popularly known as MC Oluomo has spoken first time since he was stabbed.

Sharing this photo on Twitter, the Lagos NURTW treasure, said he is alive.

He wrote:

“I am alive, Strong and healthy now, please disregard fake news and rumour that MC Oluomo is dead. I shall not die but live to witness the swearing-in of Sanwo-Olu and Buhari in May 2019.

In another tweet, MC Oluomo thanks family NURTW and others.

He wrote:

“APPRECIATION Message!!!

My dearest family, Nurtw, My Staffs, personal Assistants, My Friends, APC leaderships, My leader BAT, it is difficult to express my gratitude and ❤ to you all. You know this saying, a dog wags it’s tail with its heart- well I am like that dog today. �”

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Lagos State chapter of All Progressives Congress, APC, has expressed regret over the violence that broke out at its campaign flag-off.

The party in a statement issued on last night by its Publicity Secretary, Joe Igbokwe, blamed the unfortunate incident on a disagreement between two factions of National Union of Road Transport Workers, NURTW, which they carried into the campaign grounds of the party.

Recall that a staunch supporter of the APC and factional leader of the NURTW in Oshodi area of Lagos, Musiliu Akinsanya popularity called MC Oluomo was stabbed in the neck and is currently receiving treatment.

However, Igbokwe insisted that the APC and its supporters had no hand in the violence.

The statement read: “History was again recorded in Ikeja today (yesterday) as Lagos APC opens its 2019 general election campaigns that clearly and eloquently sent signals out there that the owner of the house is still at home. The organisation, the crowd, the colours, the joy and fun added beauty and class to the carnival which was unprecedented in the history of Lagos politics.

“We only have our teeming supporters and the leadership of the party in the state to thank for displaying absolute trust, loyalty, commitment and affection for the party they have cherished for years and still continue to cherish till date.