River 2019: What INEC officials are planning to do – APC

The All Progressives Congress (APC) has asserted plans by high ranking representatives of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to support Governor Nyesom Wike of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) amid Monday’s resumption of assemblage of consequences of March 9 governorship and House of Assembly races.

In an announcement on Sunday by the party’s State Publicity Secretary in Rivers, Chris Finebone, he additionally asserted that what was occurring in Rivers state was in finished satisfaction of the tripartite cooperation between Wike, INEC’s Resident Electoral Commissioner (REC), Obo Effanga and Administrative Secretary, Elder Etim Umoh.

The opposition APC in Rivers further blamed Governor Wike for distress to be re-chosen.

The party stated: “We denounce in solid terms, the alleged course of events and exercises to finish up the March 9 governorship and House of Assembly races in Rivers State, as reported at the partners meeting.

“It is a minor act, efficient and arranged by INEC, in its offer to work from answer to address.

“A definitive outcome must be to report their (INEC’s) favored accomplice and colleague (Wike) as the champ against the AAC’s governorship applicant (Awara), who was obviously in the number one spot before resemblance was prematurely ended (on March 10).

“Regardless of whether INEC will prevail in its intrigues will be found in the days to come.

“A few activities of INEC had arranged the psyches of numerous that the whole exercise was skewed to support Wike and the PDP, leaving all the while, a few inquiries without answers.

“Why that Wike thought about the 17 nearby government territories, which results had been purportedly examined and had posted same on his (Wike’s) official Twitter handle, some time before INEC made the declaration?

“Answers to this and different inquiries will keep on holding tight the neck of INEC like a gooney bird.

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