As the presidential and national assembly election came to an end, the All Progressives Congress, APC presidential campaign has reacted to the various narratives from people blaming the ruling party of some irregularities which took place during the election.
Ajuri Ngelale, the spokesperson of the APC PCC during an interview lamented over such, where he stressed that it has become a norm for people to blame the party in power, whenever something goes wrong.
The statement of the spokesperson of the All Progressives Congress, APC presidential campaign council is coming after allegations were made towards the APC over some level of violence and threats at various polling units during the polls.
He however said it's only normal that in certain conditions, such may be bound to happen to any political party, as it should not always be about a particular one.
He said..."We recognize that human processes are going to have human frailties according to the actual input of the actors involved. There is this widespread narratives that when something goes wrong, it's the fault of the ruling party, it's the fault of the incumbent government. It's not a political party issue, this is about the fact that we have individuals in all the political parties looking for undue advantages in certain regions to shoot their own interests"
One will not be wrong to say that there have been some reported violence during the just concluded elections.
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