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”Osun state election is a departure from the situation under PDP where people’s will was subverted and elections where manipulated”APC

The All Progressives Congress APC, says it is satisfied with the conduct of last Saturday September 22nd governorship election in Osun state.
 
In a statement released by its spokesperson, Yekini Nabena, the ruling pary says although the election result has been declared inconclusive by INEC, the election generally was a departure from the type conducted during the PDP administrations where ”people’s will were subverted and elections were manipulated”. Read the statement below
 
 
The All Progressives Congress (APC) hail the Osun electorate; Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC); security agencies and relevant stakeholders over the conduct of Saturday’s inconclusive governorship election in the state which was largely peaceful despite some reported irregularities.
 
While we continue to improve on our electoral processes, particularly correcting some irregularities witnessed in Saturday’s election, the APC commends the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration which has continually exhibited its commitment to ensuring that elections are more peaceful, transparent, credible and acceptable.
 
This is a departure from the situation under past Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) administrations where the people’s will was subverted and elections where manipulated. We hereby reject the PDP’s baseless calls that the inconclusive Osun governorship election is announced in its favour.
 
In the leadup to the rerun election, we call on the Osun electorate, party supporters and members to remain upbeat and focused on the task of consolidating on the APC Change administration in the state by voting for the victory of our candidate, Gboyega Oyetola.
 
SIGNED:
 
*Mr. Yekini Nabena*
Ag. National Publicity Secretary
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