On Monday, three people were injured in a clash between a local gang, the Kalare Boys, and supporters of Vice President Atiku Abubakar, who was in Gombe for his presidential campaign.
Three vehicles were damaged when they were ambushed along Pantami Stadium Road: a bus, a car, and a Keke NAPEP.
Usman Muritala, the state Publicity Secretary of the Peoples Democratic Party, said he was unaware because he was not involved in campaign planning.
"I wasn't on the podium and was only there as a party official, so I sat like everyone else and watched the entire show." "There is a major schism in the party," he said.
Trouble began after Abubakar left with his entourage through Gate Number Two of Pantami Stadium for Bauchi.
The Kalare boys, who were armed with cutlasses, swords, clubs and other weapons, pounced on innocent party supporters, who were on their way to their respective houses.
The police, who were manning Gate Number One of the stadium, quickly dispersed a detachment of armed policemen to the second gate to provide security for supporters, who were rushing back into the stadium for safety.
Many supporters were stranded at the stadium waiting for the police to restore peace and order as the Kalare boys blocked the route to Pantami Market and Government House, attacking passersby.
Some PDP women supporters had to attach themselves with police vans to avoid being attacked by the thugs.
The state Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Mahid Abubakar, said he was in a programme and could not confirm the clash.