PDP sending delegation to UK, US to reject outcome of elections – FG

The federal government has revealed plans by the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP to reject the outcome of 2019 upcoming election.

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Minister of Information, Lai Muhammad speaking during a press conference attended by Newsmen said PDP has sent delegations to London, Washington alleging plans by President Muhammadu Buhari to rig the election.

Mohammad noted that the opposition party had planned to reject the 2019 election results.

He said: “Today, still based on credible intelligence, we can reveal that the opposition is moving a step further. They are working hard to discredit the forthcoming election before, during and after the polls.

“Specifically, they are sending a delegation to some Western capitals, including London, Brussels and Washington, DC, to push the concocted line that the Buhari Administration has perfected the plan to rig the polls.

“They are, therefore, pushing for a rejection of the results if the President wins re-election. They are also predicting carnage in the event of the President’s victory.

He, however, reiterated Buhari’s commitment to ensuring a free and fair election.

“The Buhari Administration is committed to a free, fair, credible and peaceful poll. We are glad that local and international observers are already fully mobilized to monitor the election.

“We call on all Nigerians to be vigilant as we begin the final countdown to the election. Eternal vigilance, as the saying goes, is the price of liberty. We must not allow desperate politicians to crash our democracy on the altar of their personal – and sometimes inordinate – ambition!”


1 Comment

  1. What that means is that PDP is, in other words, conceding defeat even before the election
    Who will blame them
    They must have seen the clear hand writing on the wall
    The mammot crowd that welcome Buhari everywhere he goes can really be intimidating

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