The Peoples Democratic Party campaign council for Kogi State Governorship election has accused the State Governor of Kogi State and its government for planning to shift the November 16 governorship election by two weeks.
According to the Deputy Director Public Communication of the Campaign Council, Mr. Austin Okai, he alleged that the plot by APC to shift the election was because of they have envisage that Bello will be beaten to the third position in the election, if the electoral body (INEC) went ahead to conduct the election on 16 November.
He pleaded with INEC not to hearken to such devilish and manipulative act by the APC because that will jeopardise the expectations of the people of the state, against installing good governance.
However, he said that their supporters and voters across the state have travelled from all over the country, to exercise their franchise to elect their next governor, INEC should be careful not to disenfranchised them.
INEC has been called to go ahead with Saturday’s election, that will user in a brand administration into the state.
Through the Chief Press Secretary to the INEC Chairman, Mr. Rotimi Oyekanmi, he said that anyone planning to disrupt Saturday’s governorship elections in Bayelsa and Kogi States would need to use an atomic bomb if he is to succeed.
Rotimi Oyekanmi, made this known during an interview on Nigeria Info 95.1FM Abuja.
Recalled that the SDP campaign office had been burnt down and it was alleged that APC members were the brain behind that unholy act.
Meanwhile, APC has refute the claim.