Kano APC accuses NNPP of sharing fake election results

THE All Progressives Congress (APC) in Kano State has accused the New Nigerian People Party (NNPP) of stirring violence in the state by sharing fake election results.

The APC in statement on Saturday night stated that the NNPP was sharing fake election results to cover their defeat in Saturday’s governorship and House of Assembly elections.

The statement issued by Malam Muhammad Garba, the spokesperson for the APC governorship campaign Council, noted that, “counting of ballots is still underway in many polling units in the state.”

Garba urged the public to disregard any unauthenticated election results being shared by the NNPP.

He said the NNPP after sensing defeat, said the election might have been rigged.

“With the result of Saturday’s governorship and House of Assembly elections showing the APC in early lead in Kano,

” The party has called on its members, supporters and the public to be wary of unauthenticated election results been circulated by the opposition New Nigeria People’s Party with a view to inciting violence,” he said.

According to him : “The NNPP, apparently sensing defeat, shared the fake results to deceive the unsuspecting public that the election might have been rigged.”

“We are calling on the people in the state to await the outcome of the election from official channels and not allow themselves to be used to cause trouble,” the APC campaign spokesperson added.