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“Explosive Revelations: Witness Exposes Peter Obi’s Alleged Election Rigging Tactics Against Atiku in Anambra”

by Olufemi Awoyinka
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In a shocking twist at the presidential election tribunal, a witness for Atiku Abubakar, the presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), has come forward with damning allegations against Peter Obi, the Labour Party’s presidential candidate. Ndubuisi Nwobu, the witness, unveiled a web of deceit orchestrated by Obi to rig out Atiku in Anambra state during the highly contested February 25th presidential elections.

Nwobu, who took the stand on Wednesday, unveiled a tale of mysterious vote manipulation that unfolded at various collation centers in Anambra. The Independent Electoral Commission’s official results showed that Peter Obi secured a staggering 584,621 votes in the state, while Atiku garnered a mere 9,036 votes. Bola Tinubu of the All Progressives Congress trailed behind with 5,111 votes.

During his testimony, Nwobu, the chairman of Anambra PDP and the party’s state collation agent, revealed that presiding officers inexplicably withheld the results after the votes had been counted. Additionally, he disclosed that he personally visited approximately 30 polling units out of the 4,720 in the state on election day.

In a distressing turn of events, Nwobu confessed that he was coerced into signing the result sheet at the state collation center, fearing that he would be denied a copy if he refused. He lamented the lack of transparency, explaining that although results were recorded at the polling units, the efforts to have them uploaded onto the Integrated Result Electronic Verifiability (IREV) system were futile.

When questioned about the signing of result sheets by PDP agents at polling units before they were transported to the collation center, Nwobu confirmed their involvement. However, he asserted that it was at the ward-level collation center where the “magic” began to unfold. He cited numerous instances of problems arising with presiding officers at the polling units, revealing that he had to intervene to prevent voters and other party agents from attacking officials from the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

Nwobu’s testimony marks the eleventh witness brought forward by Atiku’s legal team before the esteemed panel, headed by Haruna Tsammani. These explosive revelations have cast a dark cloud over the credibility of the electoral process, intensifying the scrutiny on the alleged misconduct and raising concerns about the integrity of the democratic system.

As the tribunal proceeds, the nation watches with bated breath, eager to uncover the truth behind these startling claims. The pursuit of justice and the safeguarding of the electoral process are paramount, as the nation strives for transparency, fairness, and the preservation of democracy.

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