Credit Source: Punch Metro
Former Ekiti state governor and Social Democratic Party candidate in the 2022 governorship election, Chief Segun Oni, has questioned the credibility of the Ekiti state 2023 election. Chief Oni stated to Punch Metro in an interview that the Ekiti state results were the first to be rushed to the National Collation Centre in Abuja.
He expressed concern about the hasty exit from the state after the elections. He further stated that the figures used in the state election were fraudulent, and that INEC personnel bypassed the BVAS machine. He stated that the BVAS was compromised in the 2023 elections for indefinite reasons.
''The BVAS was bypassed in a lot of places, and very high votes were declared in such places,'' he said. Many of the figures in Ekiti were bogus. We were also shocked that the Ekiti presidential election result was the first to arrive at the National collation center in Abuja. Was it because we were the closest to the collection point? For whatever reason, the outcome was hastened.''
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