Anambra Election Crisis: Jega Must Resign Says CNPP

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The conference of the Nigerian Political Parties, CNPP today said the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Professor Atahiru Jega must resign over for ham-fisting  the Anambra State Governorship election.
CNPP in a statement signed by its  spokesman, Osita Okechukwu, said they were making this call on the fact that substantial and incontrovertible evidences emerging show that the election was marred by gross irregularities.

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According to the statement, CNPP said it has uncovered massive fraud in the votes allocated to candidates after the inconclusive November 16 governorship polls in the State, which gave the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) candidate, Willy Obiano underserved lead.
The statement read thus; “For the avoidance doubt outside the mangling of the Voters Register, the deliberate delay in arrival of voting materials in the stronghold of the All Progressives Congress {APC}, Peoples Democratic Party {PDP} and Labour Party {LP} constituencies and withholding of Result Sheets, is the bizarre allocation of 96,569 votes which gave APGA candidate the undeserved lead.
“Where on earth did INEC manufacture the 96,569 votes from? INEC posted the Anambra State Governorship Result as follows:-Total Votes Cast – 429,549; Cancelled Votes – 113,113; leaving a differential of 316,436

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