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Thursday, 27 September 2018

Osun Rerun: APC berates PDP, Says Accept Defeat and Stop Crying Foul

Osun Rerun: APC berates PDP,  Says Accept Defeat and Stop Crying Foul

Osun state chapter of All Progressives Congress (APC) has berated the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), saying the opposition party attempted to win by fraud.

The Independent reports that while reacting to the unconfirmed results of rerun election, APC’s director of publicity, research and strategy in the state, Kunle Oyatomi, said the PDP was unable to manipulate the result this time around, so they are crying foul.

The APC had alleged that the PDP had made elaborate arrangement to rig the election through the manipulation of the card readers.

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The statement read: “We have always known and have made ourselves clear before the election that the PDP had made elaborate arrangement to rig the election through the manipulation of the card readers and it was this process that made them got the votes, allocated to them in the first ballot.

Osun Rerun: APC berates PDP,  Says Accept Defeat and Stop Crying Foul


“Nobody expected the PDP to even come second. Most people in Osun have the belief that it would be a straight fight between the APC and SDP. But as God would have it, Osun was saved from the vultures.

“We like Osun people to understand that the run off votes went the way it did because the PDP was unable to manipulate the card readers this time around and fortunately the police thwarted their plot of buying and trying to use the PVCs of suspecting voters.

“That was why some of their leaders were arrested. So the PDP should look for other excuses.

“They attempted to win by fraud, they failed in the first round and eventually lost the rerun election.”

Recall that the September 22 governorship in Osun state was declared inconclusive by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) as a result of the slim margin between the votes polled between Senator Ademola Adeleke of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Gboyega Oyetola of the All Progressives Congress (APC).

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