PDP accuses APC of posting fake results

Olisa Metuh

The Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, has charged Nigerians to totally disregard misleading figures being circulated by the APC in the social media as results of the Presidential and National Assembly elections in some polling booths.

The PDP National Publicity Secretary, Olisa Metuh, in a statement on Sunday said the figures were “fake and do not represented the true results which are currently being collated by INEC, the only body authorized to release and announce results”.

“The APC in its desperation for power has resorted to posting fake results in the social media in a bid to ambush the electoral commission, mislead the unsuspecting public to believe it is winning, all in furtherance of its grand plot to cause confusion and set the stage for violence when the authentic results are finally released.

“We therefore alert Nigerians to be on their guard and close ranks in resisting the APC’s plot to plunge the nation into chaos and anarchy. Our democracy has come to stay and the will of the people must prevail over and above the parochial ambition of a selfish few.

“Finally, we strongly caution the APC against its acts of desperation and use of dishonest methods including physical attacks against our members and supporters as these pose great threat to our democracy, the unity and stability of our dear nation.


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  • burning spear

    It boggles the mind that anyone who fought under the auspices of NADECO, against the Abacha military dictatorship can ever support Buhari for the presidency. After all, Buhari, in some respect, was a more ruthless dictator than Abacha. By whatever stretch of the imagination, Buhari is not qualified to lead a democratic Nigeria. His credentials and antecedents speak against him. His antecedence shows clearly that, for years, he subverted the ideals NADECO stood for and fought for: democracy, rule of law, fundamental human rights, freedom of worship, etc. In his desperation for power, he, in 1984, ousted President Shehu Shagari from power, thus, brutally truncating the nation’s nascent but thriving democracy.

    Now, he wants to benefit from democracy; he wants to be a democratically elected president of Nigeria. The backing of Buhari’s presidential ambition by some former NADECO members is tantamount to a pat on the back for Buhari; he is being rewarded for shooting his way into power and committing atrocities; jailing, maiming and killing of the innocent. It sends a dangerous signal to the younger military officers: that it is okay to plot coups, trample the constitution, and kill, maim and jail Nigerian citizens, for you will be rewarded for it. So, if Abacha were alive today, and is running for president of Nigeria, the likes of Tinubu and Oyegun will have no compunction in sponsoring his presidency. After all, all Abacha did was to follow in the footsteps of Buhari: seize power, hold Nigerians in submission to the gun and kill and maim. Buhari in one respect is worse than Abacha – he overthrew a democratically elected government, Abacha did not. In other countries of the world, like the USA, people honor their war heroes.

    The support for Buhari by the likes of the Tinubus and Oyeguns is inconceivable

    • Spear Of Truth

      President Goodluck Jonathan, can you please post the Ondo state results?

  • tundemash
  • Etang Chris

    PDP leads in 21 states while APC is winning in 14 states. So their fake result won’t change anything.

  • Eniola Adeola

    GEJ will overcome come what may,the lord is with him.