Sunday, 5 March 2017

2019 Election Rigging Leaked: How INEC Recruits 23 APC Members As Electoral Officers

BREAKING: INEC Recruits 23 APC Members As Electoral Officers Ahead Of 2019, Set For World Record Breaking Rigging

2019 Election Rigging Leaked: How INEC Recruits 23 APC Members As Electoral Officers Ahead Of 2019

Emerging report, indicates that in a bid to compromise the forthcoming 2019 General Elections, the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, has allegedly recruited 23 Electoral Officers that are sympathetic to the ruling All Progressives Congress, APC.

The Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, who made the disclosure on Saturday, during a thank you visit to Etche Local Government Area, revealed that an intelligence report made available to him, shows that INEC is working in concert with the APC, to massively rig the 2019 General Elections.
Recall, that supplementary elections were held in Etche Local Government Area of Rivers State, penultimate Saturday.
Wike said: “They claim they are re-deploying the 23 Electoral Officers in the State. But we have authentic intelligence report that INEC has consulted APC, and they plan to post pliant Electoral Officers from APC States, to Rivers State.

Governor Wike added, that no level of fraudulent postings by INEC to Rivers State, will lead to a favourable ground for rigging elections.
“If they like, let them post their fathers to Rivers State, we will resist any attempt to rig the 2019 elections in the State. Our people will remain vigilant.
“They can rig in another State, certainly not Rivers State. For us, we must elect our representatives through the democratic process. Nobody will intimidate us”, he said.
He noted, that if INEC planned to re-position the electoral system, such reform must start from the top. Noting that reforms from the bottom smacks of hypocrisy.
He said: “The head is rotten. You have to cut off the head. They should first cut off the head before coming down to the lower rung of the ladder.”
Winner of the Etche State Constituency 2, Tony Ejiogu, dedicated his victory to Wike, for his delivery of projects to Etche people, which convinced the people to vote for PDP.
The Governor was accompanied to Etche by former Rivers State Governor, Sir Celestine Omehia; former Deputy Speaker, Austin Opara; Etche PDP Leader, Prince Emma Anyanwu; Senator Lee Maeba; former Minister of Transport, Dr Abiye Sekibo; and Edo State PDP Chairman, Chief Dan Orbih.