A former member of the Nigerian Senate, Senator Shehu Sani had alleged that the ruling party in Kaduna State, the All Progressives Congress after buying votes in the March 18 gubernatorial polls in the state is claiming to have won with a wide margin when collation of results of the election is ongoing.
The former Nigerian lawmaker in a post on his Twitter handle also stated that the ruling party in the state during the Presidential/National Assembly polls said that the Peoples Democratic Party is dead in Kaduna. He further stated that the Peoples Democratic Party won all the Senate seats in the state.
He described the claim by the All Progressives Congress of leading in the March 18 poll of Kaduna State as desperation to sustain tyranny.
Senator Shehu wrote: "In the last election,the APC said PDP is dead in Kaduna state,they lost all the Senate seats & ended up with 3 Reps out of 15.After their vote buying outing, they are now saying they have won even with a wide margin when the collation is on going.Desperation to sustain a tyranny."
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