The All Progressives Congress,APC, rejected the outcome of last Saturday’s governorship election held in Adamawa State and called on the Independent national electoral commission, INEC,to probe the elections process in all the LGAs affected.
The North east National Vice chairman of the party,comrade Mustapha Salihu in a Press conference at the party’s Secretariat in Yola, Said the 44 polling units are not the only areas that elections malpractices to have taken place.
According to him serious complains were tendered by the APC agents that a lot of election irregularities were reported in the LGAs of Hong,Michika, Song,Lamurde,Guyuk and Demsa but dumped by INEC.
He revealed that card readers were not used,APC agents were attacked, killing one of the agents in Hong by the opposition party,cases of over voting was reported in many areas and undue cancellation of results by INEC officials were reported.
“We want to bring it to the notice of the general public that we reject the entire results of governorship elections held in Adamawa state, our petitions were rejected and is evident that the whole process has been compromised.” He said
Salihu accused soldiers of whisking results in Song,results of four wards were not release and lamenting how officials of INEC were aiding opposition to rig the elections.
While addressing the Press men along state party officials, Mustapha base their major complains of violence, killing and lynching of agents, petitions were dumped and results were tailored by INEC officials.
“We are calling for %100 probe by INEC and we must bring accountability on the table.” He added
He continue to say that the results are not the reflection of Adamawa people and their mandate must be brought back to them else they head to court in order to reclaim the mandate.
“We demand the full inquiry of the election process.” He Stated
You may wish to recall that Adamawa Governorship elections was declared inconclusive at the wee hours of Monday morning and assured of complementary elections in 44 polling units of LGAs affected