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#NigeriaDecides: Some Governors Trying To Change Election Results – Atiku Spits Fire

#NigeriaDecides: Some Governors Trying To Change Election Results – Atiku Spits Fire



#NigeriaDecides: Some Governors Trying To Change Election Results – Atiku Spits Fire

The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic PartyAtiku Abubakar on Sunday alleged that some state governors were attempting to manipulate election results from their states.

Atiku in a statement on Sunday sent to CityNews, said the governors are trying to compromise the results at the local government collation level.

As a way of curbing the Governors, the PDP candidate in a statement addressed to the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof Mahmood Yakubu, therefore, asked the INEC boss to instruct the Collation Officers for yesterday’s election to upload the results to the INEC server immediately.

The statement signed by Atiku’s media aide, Paul Ibe reads: “It will be a disservice to Nigerians and a negation to democracy for anyone to subvert the will of the people as freely expressed in their votes of yesterday.”

He called on Nigerians to be calm but vigilant to ensure that anti-democratic elements who are masquerading as progressives do not steal their mandate.

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Atiku Thanks Nigerians

The PDP presidential candidate also expressed gratitude to the Nigerian people for their support so far and for coming out to vote on Saturday.

He expressed confidence about winning the February 25 presidential elections when results are eventually declared by INEC.

“We are humbled and honoured by the early projections, which indicate that the Nigerian people have seen in Atiku Abubakar the kind of leader that they want to lead them into a brighter future,” he said.

“From the current figures that are available, Atiku is winning in many states in the 6 geo-political zones, except Lagos and Kano. We urge our members and party agents to remain steadfast and watchful,” he added.


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