PDP alleges ‘dead voters’ will vote on Saturday

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Prince Uche Secondus, has alleged that over 1,050,051 dead voters will vote during Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections.

According to him,  the voter register contains the data of dead people.

Secondus spoke at the National Executive Committee meeting of the PDP in Abuja on Tuesday.

He alleged that the voter register was being manipulated,  adding that Independent National Electoral Commission did not do a  thorough job on the voter register before publishing it.

He said, “A sick narrative has emerged, one of systemic and systematic rigging, the manipulation of the true record of the voter register and a cabal you can no longer trust with the trajectory and growth of our democracy and nation.

“This is the evidence of bad faith by those managing the elections and the government of the day.

“There has been a coordinated approach to register foreigners, mainly from Niger and Cameroon, as voters. That is why INEC has established so many polling units along the borders with Cameroon and Niger.”