The Peoples Democratic Celebration (PDP) has insisted on the successful outcomes already delivered on the polling models for its candidate, Atiku Abubakar, and cautioned that Nigerians won’t settle for any figures besides what was declared and collated from the polling models.
In a press release issued in Abuja on Sunday by Kola Ologbondiyan, Nationwide Publicity Secretary and Director, Media & Publicity
PDP Presidential Marketing campaign Group, the get together mentioned it was already conscious that the Buhari Presidency has been mounting strain on INEC and dispatching officers to vary ends in Rivers, Kaduna, Nasarawa, Kogi, Bauchi, Cross River, Borno, Yobe and Edo states amongst others, “in a frenzy to allocate fictitious figures for the defeated President Buhari.”
The primary opposition get together added: “Pathetically, the Buhari Presidency can be threatening the South-East state governors to vary outcomes and carve a 25% for Mr. President, a scheme that has already failed.
“In Bauchi state, we’re conscious of the plots to maneuver thump-printed poll papers and fabricated outcomes from Bauchi to Dass Native Authorities Space to upturn PDP’s victory within the outcomes already delivered and introduced on the polling models within the space.
“This is the reason the electoral officers have been delaying transferring the outcomes for ultimate collation and announcement. If this plot fails, the APC plans to void the outcomes for Dass.
“Regardless of all these, our get together assures Nigerians that the hope for a brand new authorities led by Atiku Abubakar, is already manifest.
“Our brokers and certainly, Nigerians, have already got the outcomes as delivered on the polling models and should not prepared to simply accept something on the contrary. President Buhari and the APC ought to subsequently quietly come to phrases with the truth that they’ve been defeated.”
The PDP subsequently cautioned INEC to respects the legal guidelines and electoral guideline by upholding and declaring outcomes from the polling models as expressed by Nigerians on Saturday.