The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Uche Secondus has told the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, that by conniving with the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC, to thwart the will of Nigeria people they are piling gunpowder which when it explodes may leave the country in ruin.
Secondus who led members of the National Working Commitee, NWC, other leaders and crowd of the party supporters in protest at the INEC’s Maitama, Abuja headquarters on Tuesday told the Commission officials who came to receive their complaints, that they should not allow their action bring trouble in the country.
The PDP National Chairman said that INEC’s roles in Presidential and National Assembly role on February 23, fell short of the required standard and cannot stand any scrutiny.
In a statement from his media office and obtained by THELENZ, Secondus told the commission that after 2015 peaceful and transparent election anybody conducting a charade in the name of election should know the implications of pilling a keg of gunpowder in one’s house, when it explodes nobody will be free of the harm.
He added that after February 23 elections the party is in possession of credible intelligence that some INEC officials are already working with the APC to again thwart the will of the people in Delta, Akwa Ibom, Sokoto, Rivers, Kwara and Kaduna states warning that the commission should know that every action has a consequences both to man and before God.
He said that the leadership of the PDP under his watch has the authority of members of the party across the country and in diaspora to leave no stone unturned until the stolen mandate of the party is recovered.
According to him, “The mood in the country shows clearly that you inec declared the wrong person winner in the Presidential election and I urge you to watch your action because history is recording all you do for posterity
“The APC is deploying military operatives to help some of your black legs manipulate Saturday’s elections in some states particularly Kaduna, Delta, Sokoto, Akwa Ibom, Rivers and Kwara but Nigerians in those states have mobilized to defend their votes” he noted.
Responding on behalf of the Commission, a National Commissioner, Mrs Agbamuche Mbu who led three other commissioners to received the PDP leaders and assured them that the commission will look into the party’s complaints.
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