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POLITICS: See how INEC is conniving with the presidency to rig the election

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The human rights group residing at the South eastern part of Nigeria have accused the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of conniving to rig the presidential election.
The groups proclaimed bodly that the INEC was doing so in affiliation with the presidency, who they said were actually working out the plan.

The groups beneath the aegis of Southeast Based Coalition of Human Rights & Democracy Organizations (SBCHROS), which is a combination of 22 human rights and democracy organizations proclaimed they “are not surprised at the eleventh hour postponement or shift for seven and fourteen days respectively of the scheduled Presidential/National Assembly and Governorship/State Assembly Elections in Nigeria.”
In a press statement named: “Sudden Shift In The Feb 16 Poll: Inec Has disclosed One Of Its Rigging strategy With The Presidency,” and signed by its coordinator, Emeka Umeagbalasi and leaders of the 22 other groups, it said, “The shift in the date of the Presidential Election, in particular, was utterly done by INEC with sinister motives and in inescapable conspiracy of the present central Government of Nigeria.
“The unbelievable shift is unwarranted and outweighs “logistical reasons”.
It said the unbelievable postponement represents one of the many “minor rigging templates or strategy of the Prof Mahmood Takubu led INEC”.

“What is happening to Prof Mahmood Yakubu and his administration of INEC right from his appointment as INEC Chair on 21st October 2015 is as a result of a give in to intellectual running a long ideological battle between “Fulani brotherhood and independence of INEC”; leading to severe conflict of interest. INEC beneath Prof Yakubu remains millions of miles away from being independent or unbiased electoral umpire.”

It said the postponement in date would eventually disenfranchise millions of Nigerians who migrated to their various home towns with the hope to successfully vote, and may not be willing to do so on the new date promised.

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