Livy Uzoukwu, who is the head of the official competitor of the Work Party, Peter Obi's lawful group, has as of late said something about the political decision materials that the Free Public Electing Commission (INEC) has provided them to for them to challenge the official appointment of February 25, 2023. Lizy Uzoukwu in a meeting with Emerge News uncovered they requested that the INEC give the political decision materials of the relative multitude of states in Nigeria, yet when they understood that time wasn't their ally, they decreased it to just 9 states out of the 36 states that they had before requested.
Tragically for the Work Party lawful group, their chief communicated his dismay as INEC could furnish them with just 2 states out of 9 that they required desperately. He further focused on that the two states which were given to them by INEC couldn't in fact fabricate half of the case, and he is absolutely not dazzled with the activities of the INEC.
He said, "INEC gave us political decision materials of just 2 states and I couldn't in fact assemble 50% of the case with it. We told INEC we really wanted 36 states however as an issue of desperation, we brought it down to 9. However, at this point, what we have gotten is only 2 states so the present moment, I'm not intrigued".
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