Thursday, May 19, 2022

INEC Feeling Embarrassed By Anambra Election, moves to hide result sheets from being presented to courts – AIF Media


INEC Feeling Embarrassed By Anambra Election.
…moves to hide result sheets from being presented to courts.

AIF Media

The information coming in this morning has it that the Anambra state INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner, Dr Nwachukwu Orji has instructed that the Certified True Copies, CTC of all the results announced by INEC on the Anambra state governorship election held on November 6 and 9 should not be released to the political parties and candidates that want to go to court.

Investigation shows that the CTC of the results which declared Prof Soludo as winner can not stand any cross examination at the court.

The attitude of the REC is another proof that INEC compromised the election and worked for APGA.

Despite the fact that the INEC Anambra state worked throughout the weekend to photocopy and certify the result sheets of polling units, wards, LGs and state, the REC who is afraid that what they have is a mess ordered that it should not be issued to parties that requested for it.

The Andy Uba campaign organization in a statement issued this morning by Comr Ikechukwu Emeka Onyia gave the REC 12 hours to do the needful or face the dire consequences within the ambit of the law.

It is becoming clear that INEC is not even ready to defend the so called free, fair and credible election that returned Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo of APGA as the governor-elect of Aguata II-Anambra.

Why is INEC afraid of defending its own declaration at the tribunal?

AIF Media

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