The People’s Democratic Party and the Independent National Electoral Commission were allegedly planning to move some polling places in order to annoy voters on election day, according to the All Progressives Congress in Oyo State on Sunday.
The claim was made in a statement released on Sunday and provided to journalists in Ibadan by Olawale Sadare, the APC’s publicity secretary.
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The APC spokesperson claimed that the state’s opposition party had access to an intelligence report that claimed Seyi Makinde, the governor of the state, had compromised some corrupt INEC officials in order to help move polling places in the state to places that might be difficult to access, impossible to reach, or even nonexistent on election day.Information Guide Nigeria
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The statement read, “Makinde, already getting the signals pointing to his inevitable electoral doom, has issued a standing instruction to some bad eggs within the Oyo State office of INEC, to immediately relocate several polling units across the state, from their advertised addresses to unknown or obscure locations.
“A run-through of the affected units revealed clearly the devil behind the detail; they are units considered strongholds of our party, which given the pervasive atmosphere of free, fair, and credible elections in Nigeria, our party is expected to win hands down, without fuss.
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