Labour Party support group calls for peaceful nationwide protests at INEC offices nationwide until Peter Obi’s stolen mandate is returned
A Labour Party (LP) support group, the Peter Obi Save Nigeria Group (POSNG) USA has called for peaceful protests at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) offices nationwide on March 20.
This was made known in a tweet Thursday after the group accused the electoral agency of denying access to LP lawyers of the certified true copies of the data from the recently concluded presidential election which the LP presidential candidate is contesting in court.
“From the credible reports this morning about the continued denial of access to materials by INEC and APC. It is now clear that we will not get our mandate from any court in Nigeria.” POSNG accusing both INEC and the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) of collusion.
“INEC have stonewalled our petition to a comatose state. Labour Party Legal team have now stated that due to INEC refusal to promptly grant full access to all Materials used to rig the presidential election.” The group added.
“They can not even now use the 36 states materials. They have now reluctantly asked for 9 states materials, but till now, INEC has also REFUSED. Infact They have only been given access to 2 states which is not enough to build their Case at the tribunal!” It lamented.
“Mad people have taken over our asylum. The only language they understand is force. Therefore, Patriotic Nigerian Citizens will shut down the country from Monday 20th March 2023 starting at 9am.” The POSNG stated.
It further added to its tweet several hashtags.
“We will not wait or accept anything less than a reversal of INEC pronouncement Of the fraudulent presidential elections result. And a declaration of the actual winner of this Presidential Election.” The pressure group stressed.
The group aware that Obi could be coerced into accepting the results of the rigged election said it will not listen to him until he is sworn in as the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.
Some observers say that the only effective protest should be at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Abuja and the Muritala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos which will prevent corrupt politicians from fleeing the country with their families.
Akowe with reports from Lagos
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