A witness of Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the People’s Democratic Party in the February 25 presidential election, Ndubuisi Nwobu has revealed his candidacy has been defeated by the Labor Party’s Presidential candidate. , Peter Obi, in the state of Anambra how to cheat.
Nwobu told the presidential election court on Wednesday that “a miracle happened with the votes of the PDP candidate at the various matching centers.
In the results released by the Independent Electoral Commission, Peter Obi scored 584,621 votes in Anambra; Atiku polled 9,036 votes in the state and Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress got 5,111 votes.
During the proceedings, Nwobu, chairman of the Anambra PDP and also the party’s state reconciliation representative, told the court that after counting the votes, the presiding officials refused to upload the results.
He also said he visited about 30 of the 4,720 polling stations in the state on election day.
He said he was forced to sign the election results sheet at the state matching center because he wouldn’t be given a copy if he didn’t.
“I signed the results sheet when it became clear that if I didn’t sign, I wouldn’t get a copy,” Nwobu said.
“Results are entered at the polling stations. However, all attempts to get the presiding officer to upload it to IREV have failed.”
When asked if the results sheets were signed by representatives of the PDP at the polling stations before they were brought to the matching centre, Nwobu said “Correct”.
“They were taken to the matching center at the ward level. That’s where the magic starts to happen.” he say.
“There are problems at the polling station with the presiding officials.”
He said in some cases he had to intervene to prevent voters and other party agents from attacking INEC officials.
“Even in certain cases, I had to intervene to make sure that certain voting staff were not attacked by voters and other political party agents.” Nwobu said.
Nwobu was Atiku’s eleventh witness to testify before a five-member panel headed by Haruna Tsammani.
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