PDP’s Wada rejects results, says he won Kogi guber election




Engr Musa Wada, Kogi PDP governorship candidate

The Kogi governorship candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Engr Musa Wada has rejected the election results before the final announcement by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The PDP candidate on Sunday during a press conference in Lokoja said the figures are been allocated, adding that the results are not the true representation of what transpired on the field.

Wada said he won the election that APC rigged the election.

“Imagine Okene LGA which used to return 40,000 votes in the past elections suddenly brought out 112,000 votes while her neighbouring Okehi also brought in 64,000, the figures that will be more than the rest local governments in the state.

“It is the insincerity of the APC that has made the whole process a sham… APC has taken Nigeria back to the dark days It is not about Wada but of the suffering masses of the state. I am pained for the people to continue to suffer for another four years.

“On whether I will get justice, it is a common knowledge about how all the institutions have been bastardised by the APC government. However, I have to exhaust all legal means to get redress. Look at how the results were written by the agents of government and you can see that Lokoja, the state capital which was agog yesterday is a shadow of its self as nobody is celebrating.

“The results are not the true representation of what happened on the field, figures are just been allocated. Our aim to contest is to effect positive change which the people massively gave us their votes before the government decided to kill the joy of the people.”

“We were prepared for the election, we campaigned across all the Local Government Areas. But how can one confront a government with all the apparatus of coercion,” he said.

“Imagine security agents using helicopters to teargas voters. It happened in Ganaja, some people were shot from the helicopter. In fact two persons lost their lives.

“We have to reject the results even when the release is ongoing because you don’t need to be killed before you cry out.

“I won this election free and fair. Just imagine that they leave out the rigged election of Okene, Okehi and the several cases of brutality meted on our supporters, and the widely reported cases of ballot snatching, I would have won neatly,” TheCable quoted him to have said.




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