n INEC Officials Refusing To Upload Results In Lagos, Delta – Labour Party

INEC Officials Refusing To Upload Results In Lagos, Delta – Labour Party

 The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has been accused by the Labor Party (LP) of refusing to upload presidential election results collected from various polling stations in Lagos and Delta states to a central server.

The party's national leader, Julius Abure, sounded the alarm in a statement released on Saturday.

Abure alleged that the Electoral Commission worked with security agencies to claim that the BVAS had suddenly developed a bug that caused it to stop working.

According to Abure, information from party field officials indicated to INEC officials where the results showed convincing Labor Party victories such as Agege, Kosofe, Oshodi Isolo, Surulele, and Ibeju Lekki. claims that BVAS suddenly developed a bug. You will be uploading the results of the presidential election.

According to him, "I received information that Lagos refused to upload the results of the presidential election; it uploaded the results of the Senate and the House of Representatives, but refused the presidential election." And they're using the police to get our agents and supporters out of there, and they've been given strict instructions from INEC headquarters not to upload.

"For example, in Kosofe, we have placed a verification center at the local government headquarters." This place is surrounded by APCs, and people are scared for their lives. He said that he instructed him to claim that there was And most of the places we won refused to upload.

As I speak, APC officials are negotiating with officials at INEC's Yaba office." In Ibeju Lekki, the police arrested a local government leader who tried to stop them.

He claimed that collection centers in Delta also face the same problem.

However, Abure urged INEC to ensure that only genuine and verifiable results produced by various investigative units should be uploaded.

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