Oshodi PDP chair petitions INEC over attack of voters by Oluomo 


The Chairman of the People Democratic Party (PDP) in Oshodi/Isolo Local Government, Hon. Sunday Olaifa, has petitioned the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over the violence recorded in Saturday’s elections in his area.
He said the hoodlums led by Musliu Akinsanya  (MC Oluomo) perpetrated what could be described as glaring violence, manipulation and thuggery, which all occurred in the presence of security agents.
This was contained in a petition titled; Pre-action notice, petition and call for nullification of election…and addressed to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Sunday.
Olaifa, further listed masterminds of violence and demanded cancellation of elections in worst hit areas.
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He called for cancellation of the polls in all polling units within Oshodi/Isolo Local Government Area.
He said, “the hoodlums and miscreants with their co-cohorts threatening violence in the face of security personnel and also threatening the non-indigenes particularly the Igbos, Ijaws, Ishekiri and others by one Inspector of Police called Akeem aka Scoda, in addition the said Akeem Scoda who is hiding under the canopy of police force used its name to perpetrate his unlawful act.
He listed Jamiu Adedumoye (a.k.a Desokan), Kadiri Jamba, Ahmed Killer and Sikiru Salawu (a.k.a. Youngest), Sunday Oseni and Ganiyu (aka Koko Zaria) to have joined MC Oluomo in taking over the conduct of the election at the polling units.
He said, “To our surprise, the security agents submit themselves to the miscreants and hoodlums to serve as medium tools to bargain with INEC ad hoc staff to rig the election of 23rd of February 2019 in favour of the All Progressive Congress (APC) candidates. However, they succeeded in perpetrating their unlawful acts.”
He however called on the concerned authority to use their good office and cancel the results and ensure that free and fair election within those affected units in Oshodi /Isolo Constituency 1.
He warned that neglect and refusal to act upon the receipt of the petition will lead him and his team with no option than to seek the redress in appropriate quarters.

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