The Stolen Mandate

Recall that we pleaded with the PDP to get the fundamentals of the Nigerian Electoral Philosophy changed. The PDP refused to work hard with the people to change the Laws establishing INEC and removing INEC from the presidency. The PDP ignored all advise, and went blind into an election. 

The APC took one look at them, shot, chased off and terrorised their supporters, beat up their agents, corrupted the collation officers, coopted the RECs and burnt down Collation Centres they didn't like! 

The PDP was thoroughly and completely maltreated, bullied, and humiliated by a most shameless APC led by an irresponsible orangutan and a shameless liar called integrity!  Never had I been as embarrassed as the rubbish that occurred on the 23rd February, 2019. That kind of nonsense causes civil uprising in sane countries but not Nigeria; a people locked down so long and treated like morons lose their sense of direction after some time. 

It is obvious now that the PDP has confirmed that its mandate was stolen. The PDP plans to go to court. That's very commendable! 

But there's one problem: the PDP is going STRAIGHT to court! For goodness sake, is there no Think Tank in that party of comedians? Is there no one that plays Chess? Is there no Director of Strategies? Is there no one that could think like a Fulani so as to outsmart them? What's the matter with the PDP and acting so naive...even stupid? 

Dear Readers, we tried to get the PDP to get involved in the case of the CJN Walter Onnoghen. We warned the PDP that it was a post-elections gambit. We warned them to be vigilant on issues of the judiciary. But we were thoroughly humiliated as some of them thought we wanted money! SMH...Now they want to go to the courts while Ali Baba dan Daura and his 40 Thieves hold the aces in court!!! 

Should the PDP go to court directly, without helping to reinstate the CJN, chase away the imposter installed by that Mr. Buhari or help the independence of a most fearsome judiciary, then they're rest assured, that despite the overwhelming evidence against the APC government, INEC and the other fraudsters in INEC, then the PDP would lose in court and we shall be saddled with His Royal Fraudster for another 4 years...or more. 

Lest I be accused of disrespect, I wouldn't say the PDP does not have sense again! But by Jove, the PDP needs a serious dose of sense! Dear Lord, even though the PDP has absolutely refused to have some sense by anointing, please, give them some sense by WhatsApp! And if that doesn't work, please break their heads! 

That party; they don't have sense! 

#thinkAgain

Baron Roy

 

 

PDP Chasing their Stolen Mandate

The Stolen Mandate

Nigeria Election: ‘INEC’s Server Shows Atiku Beat Buhari With 1.6 Million Votes

Some details of the petition filed on Monday by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate in the February 23 election, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, to challenge the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari and his All Progressives Congress, emerged on Tuesday.

The petition, which sought to rely on 50 sets of documents, was filed before the Presidential Election Petitions Tribunal in Abuja against the Independent National Electoral Commission, Buhari and the APC as the first to the third respondents, respectively.

INEC had on February 27, 2019 declared that Buhari won the election with 15,191,847 votes to defeat Atiku, whom it said polled 11,262,978 votes.

But the petitioners stated in their 139-page petition that “from the data in the 1st respondent’s (INEC’s) server…the true, actual and correct results” from “state to state computation” showed that Atiku polled a total of 18,356,732 votes to defeat Buhari whom they said scored 16,741,430 votes.

They said the results were the total votes scored by the candidates in 35 states and the Federal Capital Territory Abuja, as there was “no report on sever” about the results from Rivers State as of February 25, 2019.

By this, Atiku claims to have defeated Buhari with 1,615,302 votes.

One of the five grounds of the petition also tends to resuscitate the allegation that Buhari was not qualified to run for the office of the President on the grounds that he did not possess the constitutional minimum qualification of a school certificate.

The five grounds of the petition read, “The 2nd respondent (Buhari) was not duly elected by the majority of lawful votes cast at the election.

“The election of the 2nd respondent is invalid by reason of corrupt practices.

 

 

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