…AS APC SET TO OFFICIALLY DEMAND CANCELLATION OF GUBER USING REVELATION BY THE MEDIA
Policeman helping APGA to rig the Anambra Election
Following a discovery made exclusively by Elombah.com on the calculative blunders made by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), the All Progressive Congress 9APC) has mapped out strategies on how to storm the INEC office to demand for cancellation of the Anambra guber election which was marred with fraud and irregularities.
A source in APC who squealed to us note that haven gone through the reports which went viral in the media, they have made their own research and find it to be in tune with the expose made by Elombah.com. When asked why they have to present a new demand haven done so before, the source retorted “shey you are the journalist that became our Chike Obi and help to expose the broad daylight cheating in Anambra? Ehen a, we have found out that your newspaper report is true and we want to present this new facts”
The CNPP and PDP has also called for the cancellation of the report, using Elombah.com report as a yardstick New revelation by Elombah.com also reveals that INEC deceived Nigerians by giving a false total number of votes. In our new expose, we can authoritatively say that the whole votes gotten by the 23 candidates are 412,369 and not 429,549 as INEC told the world.
Here is another calculation observed by us; agreed that total votes valid are 413,005 and total votes casted are 429,459 and we subtract Idemili North of invalid 89,997 and South of 636. The remain is 322,372 which is still lesser than the votes pulled by the top four contestants of 399,406. A big difference of 77,034 and the other candidates whose votes we counted did not poll a total of 25,000!
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