Atiku parading fake 2019 election results – INEC
INEC has disowned the result Atiku claimed he got from INEC server. The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) said it did not transmit result electronically, thereby saying that PDP Presidential flag bearer for the just concluded Presidential election, Atiku Abubakar, fabricated the votes he claimed to come from INEC server.
Recall, Atiku, in his petition before the presidential election tribunal, had claimed he defeated President Muhammadu Buhari by 1,615,302 votes.
Now the question is where did Atiku got those result he claimed is from INEC server.
Is Atiku saying the truth or is INEC hiding something?
Atiku got his information from a website, www.factsdontlieng.com, which INEC said they don’t share information with such site and its owners.
Another big question:
Who is fooling who and who is saying the truth?
Atiku parading fake 2019 election results – INEC. Keep reading to find why INEC made such a statement
The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) has said that the candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the 2019 presidential election, Atiku Abubakar, fabricated the votes he claimed to have scored.
Atiku, in his petition before the presidential election tribunal, had claimed he defeated President Muhammadu Buhari by 1,615,302 votes.
He said data from INEC server showed that he polled a total of 18,356,732 votes to defeat President Muhammadu Buhari, whom he said had 16,741,430 votes.
However, INEC’s polling figures from the 36 states and the FCT gave Buhari 15,191,847 votes, while Atiku came second with 11,262,978 votes.
In its response as the first respondent in the case, INEC disowned the figures from Atiku.
On page eight of its 80-page reply seen by TheCable, INEC said: “Further to the foregoing, the website described as www.factsdontlieng.com was neither created nor owned by the 1st Respondent (INEC). It is a site not known to the 1st Respondent.
“The 1st Respondent does not share information with such an unclassified entity and any information purportedly derived therefrom which does not accord with the result as declared by the 1st Respondent is not authentic but rather was invented for the purpose of this case.”
INEC also insisted it did not transmit results electronically, thereby rejecting Atiku’s claims that the figures were derived from its server.
It said: “The 1st Respondent (INEC) did not adopt electronic transmission or collation of results in the conduct of the election, voting by electronic means not having been adopted as a provision of the Electoral Act. The 1st Respondent specifically denies the existence of electronic transmission of results as it is unknown to the Electoral Act, 2010 (as amended) and Regulations and Guidelines for the conduct of the elections, 2019, and put the Petitioners to the strictest of proof thereof.”
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