APC governorship candidate condemns alleged malpractices in Rivers

Dr. Dakuku Peterside, NIMASA Boss

The campaign of the governorship candidate of the All Progressives Congress in Rivers state, has condemned the alleged electoral irregularities going on in the premises of St. Adnrews School, Diobu, Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

In a statement by its Director of Communications, Ibim Semenitari, on Saturday, the group alleged that the malpractices were being perpetrated by the Independent National Electoral Commission, the Peoples Democratic Party and the security operatives.

It did not however explain the nature of the irregularities.

She said the organisation would not accept any subversion of the peoples will.

“We agree with Rivers people that this time, their votes will be counted and their votes will count. Never again the impudence of March 28th,” it said.

The group asked the INEC Chairman, Attahiru Jega, to beam the commission’s searchlights on Rivers State and ensure that the people’s voices are not silenced.


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    The PDP have proven in almost every state that they’ve won that they cannot win a free, peaceful, fair and credible election…. Rivers state was marred with violence and the voice of the Rivers people has not been allowed to speak and i think after the number of deaths that were recorded in that election, that breaks the peace accord and is a breach to the electoral process which means the election should be cancelled and re-done under sever security watch and let the best man win