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2019 Election: An Act Of Aggression Against The Nigerian Voters

Buhari was declared as Nigerian President for a second term, polling 15, 191, 847 votes while Abubakar, a former Nigerian vice president got 11, 262, in a poll that was described as an act of aggression against the people at the President party deployed machinery across the country as thugs in the South descend on voters perceived enemies of the president and in the north, children as young as 10 years were allowed to vote.

If there is anything the world should know about the 2019 Nigerian Presidential Election is, the will of Nigerians was never allowed be realised.

Did the international community commend the Nigerian security agent, did they pass a vote of well-done on the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), did they commend the president for putting self interest above the nation, o just an orchestrated plan

The Nigerian army suppressing the citizens in the south, the northern part of the country witnessing a kind of mass production of illegal election results. Was it the will of God? it is certainly not.

As noted be INEC ad hoc members who were on the field across the country, it was a sham election as they were intimidated into accepting forged result.

Ashimom Msuguhter said that out of 900 registered voters at the polling unit, the card readers were able to authenticate only 15 persons, while all the others voted without being accredited.

The corps member said in a Facebook post that he was forced to hand over ballot papers to persons who thumb-printed the papers for a particular party.

He said he regretted ever working for INEC, as his life was put in danger.

Msuguhter said, “This is the last time I’d be doing this bullsh** INEC ad-hoc nonsense.

“Having disenfranchised myself in the name of ad-hoc staff, I was almost thoroughly beaten. I was cowed into submitting the bulk of ballot papers for mass thumb-printing.

“Well, I filled the incident form and I hope the result would be cancelled.

“I’m just angry with everything, most especially for getting involved in the first place. No one forced me, actually.

“First, this card reader rubbish should be quashed in subsequent elections. The whole aim has been defeated.

“Out of about 900 registered voters in my unit, the card reader could authenticate only 15. The rest had to do manual accreditation, which opened more room for rigging. Quite sad!”

While calling on the INEC Chairman, Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, to resign, the corps member said the election of Saturday was not as good as that of 2015, which was superintended by Prof. Attahiru Jega.

He said rural areas are known for rigging and this has continued to undermine Nigeria’s democracy.

The corps member said, “This Prof. Mahmood has to resign immediately after this elections and apologise to Nigerians. The extra one week he got did not prove anything different. In fact, he’s made Jega’s INEC much more coveted.

“As of 11am, we had not seen materials, the people were already agitated, thinking we were compromised… They started threatening to descend on us… Luckily, we escaped that.

“Because we reported late at the polling unit, we were forced to extend voting time till around 7.30pm.

“When it was dark, these people requested for the remaining ballot papers, that is the tradition of the polling unit not to return ballot papers to INEC… Before we knew it, the atmosphere became very tense.

“The short of it is that we allowed them to do their wish, but I pray the result is cancelled.

“The fact is, most of the rigging is done in the rural areas. There, there is no electoral law, anything goes… Party agents do the voting for people and you don’t dare talk.

“We must penetrate the grassroots if we must overcome this plague.

“I’m glad I returned safely.”

Another NYSC member, Perpetual Ndidi ACCOUNT

"The rigging was too much. I was the PO for my polling unit.

They wanted to kill us yesterday.

They subjected us to abject fear and anxiety. Nothing like card reader, PVC and the rest. They'll just bring figures and ask you to sign, stamp and give them ballot papers to thumbprint.

We didn't even bring out our card readers.

The total number of voters in my polling unit is 1220. These people gave APC 1000 votes, PDP 200 and APGA 20.
That's how APC won.

So this is how elections are being conducted in the north.

And we in the east will be wasting our time and energy queuing up, doing all manner of nonsense all in the name of free and fair election.

At some point, agents were signing, stamping and thumbprinting ballot papers at once. We didn't see even one voters card.

When we got back, we were so happy the result would be cancelled because we were told during the training that manual voting isn't valid. To our greatest surprise, INEC didn't even request for our card readers. They didn't even ask us how the election went. They didn't even check the signatures on the ballot papers. They didn't even ask why we had so many mistakes on our result sheets. They just copied the figures and asked us to go home.

"So my dear, INEC is a very big scam. Nigeria needs God's intervention."

Share this until it goes viral. This impunity must stop.

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