As the presidential election continues to be processed, the spokesperson of the Obi/Datti Presidential Campaign Council, Akin Osuntokun while speaking during an interview expressed worries over INEC's interest in conducting a credible election. He also revealed what the British High commission said when he contacted them.
He said the problem of uploading of results is not the only issue that was at hand. He said he starting having doubts when few days to election, some ballot papers had no logo and name of the Labour Party. He stressed that the INEC could have corrected that two weeks ago when the supreme Court gave judgement but instead they waited till the election was around. He said the INEC shouldn't have waited for them to report the mistake before doing something about it.
He said things like that can upset a lot of consequences. He further revealed that he spoke with the political Council of the British High Commission an hour to the interview where the first thing he said was that he hopes the reporters would not result to violent uprising because they knew what was happening and they've spoken to INEC about it but they told them something was wrong with their server. He said the British Commission was worried.
He said "I was speaking with the political Council of the British High Commission an hour ago and the first thing he told me was that, look, he hopes that our reporters resort to violent uprising because they knew what was going on and they said they've spoken to INEC about it and that the INEC people told them that something was wrong with their server or whatever it is"
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