PDP spits fire after postponement

The Peoples Democratic Party has now rejected the new dates announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission for the conduct of the general elections.

According to the National Chairman of the party, Prince Secondus, shoddy arrangements for the elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission was a deliberate agenda of President Muhammadu Buhari to cling on to power.

Secondus alleged that the postponement was part of a grand design by the All Progressives Congress to thwart the will of Nigerians at all cost.

The PDP leader  warned that the party will not accept “anything short of a well organized electoral process devoid of manipulation, harassment, and intimidation of voters and the opposition particularly members of the PDP.”

He added, “Having failed in all their nefarious options to enable them cling on to power, the APC and the INEC came up with the idea of shifting the election, an action that is dangerous to our democracy and is therefore unacceptable.”

Secondus added that the APC in connivance with the INEC “have been trying all options including but not limited to burning down INEC offices in some states and destroying of electoral materials to create artificial problems upon which to stand for their dubious act.”

According to a statement, He said, “With several of their rigging options failing, they have to force INEC to agree to a shift in the election or a staggered election with flimsy

excuses pre-manufactured for the purpose.

“For the avoidance of doubt the PDP sees this action as wicked and we are also aware of other dubious designs like the deployment of hooded security operatives who would be ruthless on the people ostensibly to scare them away.”

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