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Nnamdi Kanu Releases Evidences Of Already Rigged Election Result In Abia State

The fake election result sheet that Nnamdi Kanu shared was discovered ahead of the proposed Saturday’s elections from a man who […]

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu, has provided evidence showing that there were plans to rig the general election in Abia State

In a tweet on his official Twitter page, the IPOB leader shared a fake election result sheet which gave the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) victory in Abia State, and added that that his plan to call off the boycott of the 2019 general election at the 11th hour was responsible for the panic that caused Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), to announce a postponement of the election.

He wrote:

 “One announcement calling off IPOB boycott late Thursday evening followed by 11th-hour postponement of elections by INEC late on Friday is confirmation of the colossal might of IPOB.

“One simple announcement and their rigging plans fell apart. Fake Abia result sheet now useless.”

The fake election result sheet that Nnamdi Kanu shared was from a report we did earlier about a man who as caught with sensitive documents of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and fake election result sheets that gave People’s Democratic Party (PDP) victory ahead of proposed Saturday’s presidential and national assembly elections.

Mr. Gaius who was apprehended in Umuahia by the police, during interrogation identified his boss as Mr. Chinenye Nwaogu, the Special Assistant to Governor Okezie Ikpeazu on youth and the focal person on N- Power in Abia state.

The middle-aged admitted that the sensitive documents of the INEC including already prepared result sheets which gave PDP victory, belongs to his boss Mr. Chinenye Nwaogu and that he is only on an errand boy for his boss and the PDP. (Read the report HERE).

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