Prince Adebayo Adewole, the presidential candidate of the Social Democratic Party, SDP, has alleged that the Labour Party, LP, Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and All Progressives Congress, APC, received their piece of the Independent National Electoral Commission’s cheating during the 25th February poll.
In a Friday discussion with Arise Television that DAILY POST monitored, Adewole made this disclosure.
Despite the fact that the presidential election has passed, Bola Ahmed Tinubu's victory has been met with conflicting responses.
Atiku Abubakar of the PDP, Tinubu of the APC, and Peter Obi of the LP, according to the SDP candidate, cheated in the poll.
Then, he urged the President-elect to get in touch with the contestants who felt they had been wronged, accusing INEC of supporting cheating that undermines its trustworthiness.
The deception by INEC benefitted PDP and LP. I was told by my agents how they were modifying the outcomes. The Labour Party was deceiving voters in Imo, Abia, Anambra, and other states. In the northern regions, PDP is the same. APC is legally permitted to defraud everyone. Due to the fact that purchasing votes is dishonest, they all did it.
"Whereas the one who cheated in the East claims to have been defrauded in another area, the cheated in the North accused another who committed the same crime. Some cheaters who failed to succeed are holding that cheater responsible, according to Adewole.
Additionally, he criticized INEC, labeling it "a crime syndicate demanding dollars to make politicians winners." He claimed that INEC's employees are very dishonest.
Adewole continued, "Those who are alleging unfair play ought to be sincere. The PDP and LP are unable to assert that they won the same poll. You are blaming INEC right now, but in a year they will blame the judiciary for raising the hopes of their followers. In the clutches of political armed robbers is the BVAS (Bimodal Voters Accreditation System).
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