#NigeriaDecide2019: Watch Observers Give Account
More and more observers' account of what happened in different Nigerian states during the presidential election of February 23, 2019 are coming in.
It is revealing more about what transpired and gave birth to the figures you saw in the collation of results.
The reports are raising concerns about the credibility of the election result.
An international observer group, the Centre for Credible Leadership and Citizens Awareness has given an account of what it witnessed during the election.
In the video, the Publicity Secretary of the Pan African Women Project, Mphoentle Keitseng, gave account of ballot box snatching in Akwa Ibom State and multiple thumb printing of ballot papers which she said happened at the secretariat of the All Progressive Congress (APC).
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She narrated how her team had trailed some persons engaging in the rigging of the election in the southern Nigerian state.
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The election result has been declared, with President Muhammadu Buhari of the APC handed a return ticket on Wednesday, but this video may just come as one of the evidences the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) would hold on to when they present their case in court.
The PDP had claimed that the election was fraught with multiple ballot paper thumb printing, ballot box snatching and intimidation of their supporters at different states.
Lagos State was one of the states that witnessed violence in the election, with ballot papers burnt at a polling unit in Ago Palace Way.
Watch the election observers' video.
#NigeriaDecides2019 Watch the shocking revelations by Centre for Credible Leadership and Citizens Awareness (International Observer), on the conduct of Presidential and @nassnigeria elections in @PdpAkwaIbom. @UN @WhiteHouse @UKinNigeria @USEmbassyAbuja @10DowningStreet @NDI pic.twitter.com/sZl5ZCIoGV— Official PDP Nigeria (@OfficialPDPNig) March 1, 2019
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