Political activist, Deji Adeyanju has disclosed different ways the All Progressives Congress (APC) may allegedly rig the 2023 presidential election.
Adeyanju alleged that the APC may send its thugs into polling units to drive away the voters after the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has used its BIVAS to validate voters.
The activist claimed that the ruling party used the system which he called collusive rigging during the February rerun election in the Ngor-Okpala Federal Constituency in Imo State.
Naija news reports that the former Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) member made the allegations in a series of tweets via his Twitter handle on Wednesday.
He wrote: “Let me offer free advice on how APC will rig in February. They will wait for INEC to use BIVAS to validate voters, then drive away people from the PUs + thugs game & vote buying. They did the same in the Ngor-Okpala Re-Run House of Reps in February of this year. It’s called collusive rigging.”
Adeyanju pointed out that the leading opposition party, PDP does not have any plans to stop APC from vote buying and rigging the 2023 presidential election.
He claimed that the APC will win in Kogi because the presidential election won’t be free and fair, saying that his prediction will come to pass.
He said: “I don’t think PDP got plans to prevent APC from engaging in vote buying or rigging. Knowing PDP so well, they will also be preparing for vote buying. It’s possible to prevent vote buying and rigging in Nigeria.
“APC will win in Kogi because the election won’t be free and fair. I know how dangerous Yahaya Bello is and he’s not planning for any election there. Although Atiku will get a lot of votes there and is likely to win Kogi West, it won’t be easy. This prediction will be 100% correct.”
Let me offer free advise on how APC will rig in February. They will wait for INEC to use BIVAS to validate voters then drive away people from the PUs + thugs game & vote buying. They did same in Ngor-Okpala Re-Run House of Reps February this year. It’s called collusive rigging.
— Comrade Deji Adeyanju (@adeyanjudeji) August 10, 2022
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