Inec declaring states where PDP is winning inconclusive, is no coincidence

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A former presidential aide, Reno Omokri has reacted to the decision of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to declare governorship elections in some states, inconclusive, while suspending some others.

According to the former aide, it was totally undemocratic for INEC to declare elections in states, where the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP is taking a major lead, inconclusive.

Omokri further stated that it is no coincidence that only states, where PDP is likely to win are declared inconclusive, and therefore accused the electoral body of working with President Muhammadu Buhari.

See what he said below

Taraba Suspended

Adamawa Inconclusive

Bauchi Inconclusive

Plateau Inconclusive

Kano Suspended

Sokoto Inconclusive

Rivers Suspended

Who leads in these states? PDP. It is no coincidence. It is a process. An anti democratic process.

#INECAndBuhariWorkingTogether

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