ADP reveals how APC will rig elections

Ceria Alfonso
Enero 13, 2018

The Alliance for New Nigeria, ANN, one of the newly registered political parties which collected their certificates from the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, yesterday has said its registration was not meant to make up the numbers of registered political parties in the country but to galvanise Nigerians towards re-writing the nation's political history.

The commendation is in a statement by the party's National Publicity Secretary, Mrs Khairat Animashaun-Ajiboye in Abuja on Friday.

"For the avoidance of doubt, we have not restrained INEC from conducting the election as ordered by this court on November 20, 2017", the court said.

"The order of the elections as released by the INEC is one thing we are not comfortable with because once you have a president sitting there, then he calls the shots. So, this is one area we are not comfortable with and I think that area can be looked into", Sani said.

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Primaries for presidential and National Assembly elections will commence in August 2018.

"So, we are saying that we want tbe arrangement to be the other way round instead of the way we have it today because the way we have it today it is against what tne democracy is all about". Democracy does not accommodate might because that is what they are trying to do. "So, once that is rearranged, I am sure the others will take care of themselves".

He said: "As I speak to you today, the APC-led government, in the last three years has demonstrated their unwillingness to unite the Nigerian people". It does appear to APC that they must re-worked every structure in this country to suit parochial ethnic tendencies and religious tendencies.

INEC has fixed Saturday, February 16, 2019 as the date for Presidential and National Assembly elections, while Governorship and State Assembly elections would hold on Saturday, March 2, 2019. The APC-led Federal Government has failed to meet the aspirations of Nigerians in all sectors. "Regrettably, the economy has also collapsed".

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