The Entire APC In Big Trouble, As Saraki Moves To Block The Buying Of PVCs, Ahead Of The 2019 Elections

By Post-Nigeria: January 10, 2019 12:22

The Entire APC In Big Trouble, As Saraki Moves To Block The Buying Of PVCs, Ahead Of The 2019 Elections

Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has advised the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Professor Mahmood Yakubu, to immediately call a meeting of Stakeholders, in next month’s general elections, with the sole aim of formulating plans and ideas on how to render useless the intention of Politicians, who he claimed are buying Permanent Voters Cards, PVCs.

Saraki, while reacting to a statement credited to Prof. Yakubu, that some Politicians were already scheming to purchase PVCs, urged the INEC Boss not to stop at raising the alarm, but immediately devise water-tight arrangements, to make futile the efforts of such unscrupulous Politicians.

In a statement by his Special Adviser, Media and Publicity, Yusuph Olaniyonu, the Senate President said that the development constitutes a major threat to the successful conduct of the 2019 polls, as it can become the single factor to decide where victory swings in the election.

“We have continued to maintain that manipulation of election results, does not start and end on the election day. It starts long before the day, and goes on even after the declaration of results. That is why we have to continually be vigilant, and once we identify any threat to free, fair, and transparent conduct of a credible election like the INEC Chairman has done, all Stakeholders must put heads together to block the loop-holes.

“All Stakeholders must come up fast with a solution, to render useless the antics of those who intend procure voters cards. We all need to put our heads together, and I am sure that such a Stakeholders meeting will not only nip in the bud the looming danger, it will also engender general confidence in the system, and create a system in which all Stakeholders become problem solvers”, he stated.

He added that, in the next six weeks preceding the first set of elections, and immediately after the elections, it is important for INEC to devise an arrangement in which it would constantly consult with Stakeholders, to identify issues affecting the process, and how to find joint solutions to them.

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