PDP Says It Has Collated Unit Results From Oshogbo, Warns INEC Against Manipulation

— Party rejected reduction of its votes by 1,000 in Aiyeaadade LGA.

— Advised all its party agents to be armed with all collated original results from the polling units,

The opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has said that the polling units collated results from Oshogbo is with them, saying that, the party will not accept any manipulated result by INEC except the ones collated at the poling units.

The PDP warned INEC to tread carefully; says Nigerians are watching, insisted that Oshogbo result must not be manipulated in favour of APC.

The party has also rejected in totally the reduction of its votes by 1,000 in Aiyeaadade LGA in an attempt to cover up for APC.

The PDP however called on all its members and supporters in Osun State and environs to maintain their presence at the INEC collation center.

The party also advised all its party agents to be armed with all collated original results from the polling units, says it will win the election regardless of the attempt to manipulate the Oshogbo results in favour of APC.

Meanwhile, the INEC official in Ayedaade LGA who was alleged to have been sent to tear off the result pasted at the INEC office in Gbongan has been apprehended by security agents.

Report says the man claimed to have been directed by some top officer of the electoral body to do so.

 


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