ADC Guber Candidate In Plateau Rejects Bribe Of 100 Million From PDP To Annul April Election Result By Yakubu Busari, Jos

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The Chairman /gubernatorial candidate of  African Democratic Congress (ADC) ,Hon. Sabiu Ibrahim Musa has rejected an attempt by PDP to  bribe him with money over the exclusion of the logo by INEC .
He alleged fears that People Democratic Party has been trying to bribe him with 100 million naira to annul the April 11th, 2015 governorship election result.
Musa made this known to our correspondent in an interview at Shendam street, Jos North local government headquarters.
He berated the People Democratic Party (PDP) for planning to bribe the supporters with money to cause crisis, the ADC governorship candidate also insist that the exclusion of the party logo should not be contested in court.
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Musa stated that they have been calling me for cancellation and reversal of results declared by Independent National Electoral Commission which Bar. Simon Bako Lalong was declared winner, having won convincingly in the undisputed 11 local government Areas in the April 11 election.
He reiterated further that, due to the pressure and overbearing attack and threat to my life by some group to challenge the outcome of the result in court hereby take my stand not to approach any court for litigation.
He said,” I have never been intimidated like this in my entire life, yesterday some supporters of ADC troupe to my resident cursing and accusing me of collecting money from APC the opposition to the sum of 50, 000, 00 which not true”.
I want to  assure my supporters   and  those who are  planning to plug the state into fresh crisis to stop the  act of causing problem, I pray that God should forgive  those  mischief makers that  nobody gave me money to drop my plan the only thing I need is for peace to reign in Plateau .
We are praying for peaceful coexistence and the progress of the Plateau state not to be architect of people killing each over nothing.
The National Chairman of the African Democratic Party, Chief Rauf Okey Nwosu after our telephone conversation, he assured of his alloyed support.
He called me to confirm the position of the exclusion of the Party logo in the just concluded governorship election by also emphasizing that the election has come and gone so nobody should make use of him   to cause confusion to achieve his selfish ambition. Nwosu agrees with the decision taken by the state chapter.
According to him, this singular act is part of his contribution to the peace and progress of Plateau state so amount of intimidation from any quarter will deterred him in the peace building.

He appealed to the supporters to work together with the chairman of the party to move the state forward.

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