The All Progressive Congress (APC) House of Representatives candidate in Isoko Federal Constituency, Chief (Barr.) Daniel Magnus Oyowe has alleged that the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) candidate, Hon. Leo Ogor may have rigged at the March 28 polls, which results is yet to be announced by the Independent National Eletoral Commission (INEC).
Accordng to a petition signed by Lady Nike Ayum and addressed to the INEC Resident Officer in Oleh, Isoko South local government area of Delta state, “Between 16:00pm and 17:05pm on the 28th of March, 2015, a vehicle with Registration number EH 825 SL, allegedly belonging to Leo Ogor and other vehicles bearing his names and party logo were used to convey two ballot boxes, ballot papers, result sheet and other electoral materials for the House of Representative election.
” Occupants in one of the vehicles, a green Toyota Extera Jeep with Registration number L.K.O. 2015 REP, also belonging to the PDP candidate, include two NYSC adhoc staff of INEC, NCDC officials as well as INEC officials, who were spotted at the Erebi Channel 10 Hotel, off Ogbemudia street, Oleh.
“On spotting them, I promptly reported the incident at the INEC office at Oleh and submitted a written petition to the Electoral Officer, Ms Omoile.
” I therefore urge INEC to use its good offices to take necessary action so that the real results are not altered or tampered with.”
Meanwhile, the APC candidate, Chief (Barr.) Daniel Magnus Oyowe has said that his opponent, Hon. Leo Ogor has compromised the INEC officials with an aim to falsify the results, saying that majority of the people of Isoko Federal Constituency had voted massively for the APC during the House of Representative election.
He also called on INEC not to allow persons with fraudulent intent to jeopardize the current electoral processes which have have been widely applauded.
***Read Blank NEWS Online for regular news updates…Also like us on Facebook & follow us on Twitter