According to reports, INEC has exposed electoral malpractice by PDP and Nyesom Wike at the gubernatorial poll on April 11, 2015 in Rivers State.
Reports have it that if the 5 gubernatorial candidates challenging the credibility of the April 11 gubernatorial poll in Rivers haven’t yet withdrawn their cases from the election petition tribunal against Nyesom Wike of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), who was declared winner of the poll, then he is a goner.
According to Premium Times, a 94-page INEC document showed that the total number of accredited voters for the April 11 gubernatorial election in the state was 292, 878.
The document was signed by Ibrahim Bawa, the acting director in charge of INEC Legal unit and Abimbola Oladunjoye, head of unit, Data Management, of the Commission’s Information Communication Territory Department.
According to the newspaper, If we are to commensurate between those that were accredited and those that voted, the outcome will be logically improbable for Wike or any other candidate in the election to garner votes exceeding the total number of accredited voters, not to talk of amassing such hyper-inflated figure of 1,029,102 awarded to Wike.