PDP accuses INEC of hoarding Presidential, Senatorial election outcome sheets

The Peoples Democratic Occasion (PDP) on Friday raised the alarm that the Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee (INEC) was hoarding the presidential and senatorial elections outcome sheets for undisclosed causes.

In a press release made obtainable to newsmen in Abuja yesterday by its Nationwide Publicity Secretary, Mr Kola Ologbondiyan, the occasion additionally alleged that its brokers had been being denied the INEC accreditation and identification playing cards, ostensibly to close them out of the election monitoring course of and permit the All Progressives Congress (APC) a subject day to control the method.

It said that its monitoring and intelligence confirmed that INEC has been distributing delicate election supplies in most states of the federation with out the Presidential and Senatorial elections outcomes sheets.

In response to it, “the event is already heightening stress and suspicion of an underhand technique by the fee to open the elections for manipulations and permit the APC to enter fictitious outcomes for onward transmission to collation centres

” Intelligence obtainable to us point out that that is a part of the plot for which President Muhammadu Buhari’s relation by marriage, Mrs Amina Zakari, has been retained as the pinnacle of the INEC collation centre”.

The Occasion, subsequently, cautioned  INEC to indicate its impartiality by instantly releasing the Presidential and senatorial elections outcome sheet in addition to the accreditation playing cards, saying that “any additional delay might be a transparent recipe for disaster as Nigerians are already extremely agitated over the matter”.

“INEC ought to notice that Nigerians are very anxious about this election and any motion that, in any manner, portrays or tends to painting the method as being manipulated is able to triggering a disaster of unprecedented proportion in our nation”, it declared.

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