Manipulation of voter register by APC: CCDI urges govt to investigate CUPP allegation  

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THE Cultural Credibility Development Initiative, CCDI, has called for thorough investigation of the allegations that the All Progressives Congress, APC, is plotting to stop the use of BVAS for 2023.

This is to enable the APC, the ruling party to rig the forthcoming general election, an allegation made by CUPP, a body of opposition parties in Nigeria. 

The CCDI who was alarmed by the allegations and the secret court case instituted to truncate BVAS made it’s position known on Thursday, September 15, in a release.

The full statement reads:

We, the members of Credibility Group, have noted with alarm the revelations that have been appearing in the past 24 hours concerning the 2023 Elections.

The respected CUPP , a political association of parties have exposed a humongous plan afoot to manipulate the 2023 elections in the country.

Part of the plan is the secretive and esoteric court case seeking many hideous reliefs.

While we are still distilling the INEC voters register where men and women genders are no longer properly reflected, the legal mumbojumbo filed by Abazie Esq, the same Abazie Esq has stated, without equivocation, that he did not file any such suit.

 The errant lawyer was even named as Blessing.

The situation has become very curious as to who knew what and who is innocent.

Credibility formally seeks an open investigation involving the NUJ, Nigeria Bar Association, the DSS, the Police and the NGOs!!!

This evil facing us must not be swept under the carpet. The fear is that the rigging of the 2023 election has been set in motion.

To restore our confidence in the judiciary, the NJC must not wait for a petition to find its way to its office before any action can be taken.

We want to know:

1. Who is responsible for the voters register just published.

2.Who is financing this suit.

3.Who is financing the derailing of 2023 elections.

Chief Goddy Uwazurike

President.

Steve Nwabuko.

Secretary.

15/09/22