… Insist the move to sack inec chairman is still in top gear
… APC’s only hope of winning the election is rigging
… APC will lose the election woefully as they do not mean well for Nigeria
THE reports of the rejection of the BVAS Machine and electronic transmission of results by the National Chairman of APC has proved that the intelligence by the CUPP was spot on and the opposition coalition is yet again vindicated.
This position was contained in a statement by the Spokesperson of the Coalition Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere. He stated “Now the APC National Chairman has come out open with the position of the APC on rejecting the BVAS and electronic transmission of results because we have exposed their rigging plans. They have now resolved for a full onslaught on the INEC Chairman and not to spare any resource in ensuring he is removed from office”.
The statement continued, “Our intelligence was spot on, we have been vindicated yet again but these enemies of Nigeria are not letting go. Their only hope of winning the election is by massively rigging the process and they know with the BVAS, electronic transmission of results and the INEC Election Result Viewing Portal (IREV) they stand no chance as Nigerians have rejected the party completely. Their focus now is on removal of the INEC Chairman by any means necessary”.
The opposition spokesperson thanked Nigerians for agreeing that APC will lose the election woefully as they do not mean well for Nigeria. Moving from the poor performance of President Muhammadu Buhari to the worse performance promised by Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will be like jumping from frying pan into fire and Nigeria and Nigerians cannot afford that at all.
It would be recalled that Sen. Abdullahi Adamu, the National Chairman of APC expressed his reservations about the deployment of the BVAS and IREV while addressing a delegation of the Commonwealth Pre-Election Team led by Ms. Abiola Sunmonu at the National Headquarters of the Party blaming the rejection of the technology on the failure of the Federal Government to provide stable electricity in many parts of the country and absence of internet network with which to transmit the results.
IKENGA IMO UGOCHINYERE, Spokesperson.