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INEC Didn’t Comply With Electoral Act, Says PDP




By Emeka Akataobi

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Presidential Campaign Council spokesman, Mr Charles, has condemned the process of the just concluded Presidential and National Assembly elections in the country.

Aniagwu who disclosed this in a press conference said INEC did not comply substantially with the provisions of the Electoral Act 2022 as amended noting that Independent National Electoral Commission INEC failed to conduct the elections in compliance with the provisions of relevant laws guiding the conduct of elections in the country.

According to him, the electoral law we are operating is clear on the processes leading to the announcement of results, adding that even International observers failed to give a pass mark in the conduct of the election because it breach the constitution and the Electoral Act.

“The constitution says for you to be declared a President, the political party should be able to meet the threshold of 25 percent votes cast in 2/3 of the states and the FCT, which means you must have 25 percent in 24 states and the Federal Capital Territory”. He said.

Speaking further, ” the electronic transmission of results is a matter of law and not just a guideline of INEC as it is enshrined in the Electoral Act 2022.

He urged Deltans to put aside their experience of last Saturday’s Presidential election and elect the PDP candidates of Sheriff Oborevwori and Monday Onyeme as well as candidates of the State House of Assembly to experience the continuity of laudable projects in the state that has already been established by Okowa administration.

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