APC rejects Edo governorship election result

The All Progressives Congress has dismissed the September 19 Edo governorship political race result which brought back Godwin Obaseki as the Governor of the state.

Executive of the APC Media Campaign Council, John Mayaki in his announcement on Sunday September 20 claimed that there was unfairness because of “solid arm strategies”. Mayaki additionally guaranteed that there was a subjective capture of nearby gathering individuals.

He encouraged gathering individuals to resist the urge to panic while the outcome is concentrated to choose the following line of activity.

The announcement read;

“On this note, we therefore reject the result of the political race, and inclination our individuals to remain quiet. We express gratitude toward them for their help. We’ll be declaring our choice and strategy in a matter of seconds.

“Obaseki yelled that he was being fixed out and accused INEC at the underlying stage, however that was to occupy consideration from the abhorrent going on in the field.

“The Party additionally noticed the subjective capture of our neighborhood party individuals, who could have opposed the shock, while Mr Obaseki was caught up with redirecting consideration with bogus caution.

“There were evident unlawful altering results, to support PDP numbers and discount that of our gathering. Territories where we won, they dropped them. They diminished the votes in zones we had advantage; they dismissed our outcomes and twitched up theirs.

“The ‘solid arm’ strategies, as found in the political decision, can’t slide. Our kin were subjectively captured, while a significant number of the figures were manufactured.”

As per the official outcome, Mr Obaseki surveyed 307,955 votes to crush his storeroom rival, Osagie Ize-Iyamu of the APC, who scored 223,619 votes.

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