People’s Democratic Party appeal to INEC not to postpone Kogi elections


The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Campaign Council has alleged that the opposition party, the All Progressives Congress (APC) and the Kogi state government were planning to move the weekend polls by two weeks from the scheduled date.

The party reported the allegation in a statement signed by its Deputy Director Public Communication, Comrade Austin Okai claiming the alleged move by the APC was hinged on the strong public opinion polls and the general feeling, that the incumbent governor, Yahaya Bello will be beaten to the third position in the weekend election, if INEC election was held as originally scheduled.

Okai in the statement appealed to INEC not to concede to any unholy moves by the APC that will jeopardize the expectations of the people of the state, against installing good governance by voting the PDP in Saturday’s election.