Jandor Accuses INEC of Only Allocating 3000 Votes to Him In His Local Government
The gubernatorial candidate for the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), Abdul-Azeez Adediran (Jandor) has said that he was surprised to see that he only received 3,000 votes in his LGA in Ojo despite his efforts and reputation.
According to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Babajide Sanwo-Olu of the All Progressives Congress (APC), received 30,797 votes, and Gbadebo Rhodes-Vivour of the Labour Party, received 19,027 votes, respectively, from the same LGA, ahead of Jandor.
Having announced the results, Jandor was surprised to receive such a distant number of votes from his LGA.
The former supporter of the ruling All Progressive Party, (APC) said this at a press conference at his campaign office in Ikeja in response to the election results.
He said, “We need to let everyone know that Saturday’s election was the end of another process (in the INEC timetable for the 2023 elections), and the process continues.
He found the results shocking and saw in light of not reflecting his party’s worth and vowed to pursue the process to the end before letting out his next step of action.
According to him, “We will know what action to take when we see the end of this process. We have not seen the last of it. Yes, a supposed winner has been declared, but the election is a process, not an event,” he added.
Jandor said the election reflected a war as most of their party’s agents and representatives from other political parties were driven from the collation centers, pointing out some procedural flaws.
He continued: “There was voters’ suppression everywhere, intimidation, harassment, violence; some people were killed while several others were harmed in the process of trying to express or exercise their franchise.”
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