The Peoples Democratic Party in Ogun State has claimed that the All Progressive Congress are jittery over Independent National Electoral Commission’s permission to inspect electoral materials over alleged electoral malpractices.
The PDP explained that it has got the permission of the election petition tribunal in the State to inspect all electoral materials used during the March 18 polls.
This was made known in a statement by the PDP Publicity Secretary in Ogun, Akinloye Bankole, claiming the the ruling APC are planning “to cover its track after its failed attempt to subvert the popular wish of the electorates in connivance with the Independent National Electoral Commission.
The opposition party said members of the APC have since March 18 been making move “searching desperately for means of covering all the electoral frauds they perpetrated.”
Daly Post reported that the permission granted the PDP by the election tribunal to inspect electoral materials “is already making the APC jittery.”
“Many of their electoral frauds in the March 18 election are about to be uncovered,” he stressed.
Akinloye spoke further that, “In another few days, details of all electoral frauds of the APC will be collated and the same shall be made available to necessary authorities, including the public domain for review.”
The party called on the residents of Ogun people to maintain peace, noting, “no form of tyranny would stand in front of a determined people.”
However, the Publicity Secretary of the APC in Ogun, Tunde Oladunjoye, has demanded that INEC to provide enough security for all the election materials used in the governorship election so as to protect them from the governorship candidate of the PDP, Oladipupo Adebutu and his party.
“Having lost the election and failed to get to office via purchase, the PDP and its candidate lacked the moral rectitude to make allegations of electoral impropriety against anybody or INEC,” the APC spokesman said.