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Published On: Thu, Jun 20th, 2019

2019 polls: EU observers report should be ignored, says ex-IPAC chair

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By Paul Efiong, Abuja

The former National Chairman, Inter-party Advisory Council(IPAC) and former the Director General National Taskforce to Combat Illegal Importation of Small Arms,Ammunitions, Light Weapons,Chemical Weapons and Pipelines Vandaism(NATFORCE) has asked the government and Nigerians in particular to ignore the recent reports of the European Union Election Observers.
The former IPAC Chairman, Chief Dr Osita Emanuel Okereke who gave the advice while interacting with some newsmen in his Abuja office, explained that election observers such as EU where not visible in most states of the country but only in Abuja, wondering how such reports should be taken seriously by the people and the government of Nigeria.
“I am of the opinion that such negative reports that saw nothing good in the whole elections conducted in the country was made to tarnish Nigeria’s image and those of her citizens’.
Chief Okereke who was a presidential candidate for African Liberation Party, also said that he and his boys where on ground during the election, accusing some politicians across major political parties of being the root cause of major flaws observed by the EU observers during the last polls.
On the ongoing INEC Servers controversies, Chief Okereke said such negative debate between the incumbent and the former INEC boss should not be allowed to distabilise the country adding that what matters most to the ordinary Nigerians are basic necessities of life and not the tales from money bag politicians.
The ex- IPAC boss further called on the operatives of the Department of State Security(SSS) to do their work by arresting all who are hell-bent in causing division and resentment in the country also called for immediate arrest of the Professor Jega.
He lamented that Nigerian politicians don’t believe they can lose election advising those who have lost out of in the last presidential or guber election to go home and restrategise for another round of elections that would take place in another four years.

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