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Friday, February 1, 2019

Niger Republic Governors At Buhari's Kano Rally: PDP Task Security Agents To Be Watchful

The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is beginning to perceive something fishy on the side of the ruling party (APC) over the presence of some Niger Republic Governors at Buhari’s campaign rally in Kano on Thursday.

The party yesterday branded the Nigeriens as mercenaries as they were seen wearing APC campaign attire.

The National Publicity Secretary of the PDP, Mr. Kola Ologbondiyan, clamed that the APC had brought ‘miscreants’ into the country to aid it in winning the election.

He said: “The APC and the Buhari Presidency must immediately explain the roles being played by Issa Moussa, Governor of Zinder, and his counterpart from Maradi, Zakiri Umar, both of the Niger Republic, who were sighted decked in the attire and official logos of the APC.

“Our security agencies must immediately investigate and lay in the public domain the circumstances leading to their presence which more or less confirms that the APC has lost all domestic credibility and has assumed a desperate mode.

“The presence of the Niger Republic governors at President Buhari’s rally signposts a direct assault on the credibility of the presidential election.

“This is particularly against the backdrop of INEC’s plans to allow Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) in that country to vote in our elections, a situation that opens the way for aliens to infiltrate as IDPs and participate in our elections”

The opposition party now questions the mass creation of additional polling units by INEC which have not been properly designated and which may be deployed for impersonating in the election.

It is said that in  2015, Kano State alone delivered 1.9 million votes to the APC presidential candidate.

The Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, had earlier declared that Kano would deliver five million votes to President Buhari in the 2019 election.

According to the PDP, Ganduje’s declaration shows the reason for opening the nation’s international borders to foreign political interests.

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