Osun election: Secondus chides INEC over ban of cameras inside polling booths

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Uche Secondus, national chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP,  has condemned the decision of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC to ban the use of smart phones at polling booths saying the commission is perfecting rigging formular for the ruling All Progressives, APC.

Secondus who spoke during an interactive session with PDA leaders in Bayelsa state on tuesday,said that Nigerians must rise up to frustrate all the rigging strategies being perfected between INEC and the APC.

The national chairman said that the INEC decision on the use of smart phone, is a deliberate plan to kill means of gathering evidence against their rigging arrangements which is being fine tuned and tested in Ekiti and Osun states.

According to a statement from his media office signed by Ike Abonyi, the national chairman sad that the regime of APC is killing Nigeria and its citizens .

“They have borrowed over N11 trillion yet there is nothing to show, hunger is raving the land and people are dying daily across the country.

He said that critical stakeholders and the international community are worried at the debt profile of this adminstration which has risen to such astronomical level amidst huge corruption in the system.

” I crave your indulgence to stand up against all the evil  plots of the APC by collecting your PVC and using it judiciously to vote them out in all elections in 2019.

Secondus said that the country is under siege with the APC government harassing and intimidating critical organs of the government, the Judiciary, the Legislature and individuals in its mission to cow and suppress dissenting voices to their undemocratic activities.

The PDP boss, who was accompanied to the interactive meeting by the state Governor Seriake Dickson and the South South Vice Chairman of the party, finally commended the people for their commitment to the party and urged them to conduct themselves in the most civilized manner as demanded by the rules of democracy.

– Sept. 18, 2018 @ 19:15 GMT |

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