In News by stephen abiodun on the 19th, September, 2020

What is occurring in Edo is a coup and never an election – Involved Nigerians Group

What is happening in Edo is a coup and not an election - Concerned Nigerians Group

Involved Nigerians group has berated President Muhammadu Buhari’s led authorities over its over bearing affect within the conduct of elections in Nigeria since his celebration, the All Progressives Congress received in 2015.

The group’s convener, Deji Adeyanju in a press assertion made accessible to newsmen mentioned, the continued Edo governorship election is a travesty.

“The governorship ballot ongoing in Edo is a travesty. The umpire, the Unbiased Nationwide Electoral Fee, Safety brokers should take accountability for the violence, voter apathy and electoral fraud that’s being witnessed.”

“It’s appalling that after deploying 33,000 armed police males, Troopers, the DSS operatives to guard lives and property of the individuals, the election continues to be marred with violence. The Safety brokers I learnt, are intimidating voters, electoral officers and hounding opposition members.”

“There’s no higher time to signal the electoral reform Invoice into legislation than now. Buhari should take cognizance of the truth that he is among the largest beneficiaries of a free, truthful and credible election and as such, should not deny others of this privilege.”

“In view of the foregoing, What is occurring in Edo might be likened to a coup. It’s an unconstitutional change of presidency. President Buhari has legalized vote shopping for and violence. To win any election now, what’s required of politicians is to recruit sufficient thugs, compromise safety brokers, INEC officers despatched to conduct elections. It’s unlucky and have to be condemned by one and all.”

Adeyanju additionally enjoined the worldwide group to observe intently, these perpetrating violence and subverting the desire of the individuals.

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