The Osun State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party has issued a warning to Independent National Electoral Commission officials not to upload fabricated National Assembly election results on the commission's servers. The PDP candidates won in three Senatorial Districts and 9 Federal Constituencies in the state during the recent National Assembly elections.
The State Caretaker Chairman of the party, Dr Adekunle Akindele, stated in a press release in Osogbo on Tuesday that the National Assembly candidates of the All Progressives Congress, along with some INEC officials, are planning to upload manipulated results on the commission's backend servers.
The statement read in parts, “We have been reliably informed by insiders that the defeated APC candidates are working on an evil plot to tamper with the declared results of last Saturday’s National Assembly elections. The agenda is to upload false results through connivance with some unscrupulous INEC officials. Such fake results will defer from what has been announced.
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