Abuja - The national leadership of the People's Democratic Party (PDP) has revealed alleged plans to have the result of the Bayelsa Government election written up before it has even been announced, Punch has reported.
The party has disclosed that the All Progressives Congress (APC) have made deals with the military, police and the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to write up the result before the election is actually conducted.
Expected to hold today in the Southern Ijaw LGA of the state, the elections will conclude the governorship for the South-South state.
With a total of registered voters, the election is expected to garner 38,000 votes across three local governments.
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Prince Uche Secondus, Acting National Chairman of the PDP, revealed on Friday that his party had gathered an intelligence report revealing that the polls could be just a mere formality.
Secondus has disclosed that winning the Bayelsa election would cement APC's foothold in the South-South.
He called on the national community to monitor the polls, warning that action on the part of the APC could prove detrimental to Nigeria's democracy.
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