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The Centre for Good Governance has urged the Independent National Electoral Commission in Edo State to maintain the integrity of the recent governorship election in the state by protecting the ballot papers and other sensitive materials used during the September 28, 2016 poll.
In a statement on Thursday by its Executive Director, Mr. Clement Osahon, the CGG alleged that one of the parties that contested the election had been “covertly making overtures to the INEC workers at the local governments’ level to mutilate, destroy and burn the ballot papers in order to strengthen its proposed petition at the Election Petitions Tribunal.”
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The statement read in part, “We call on INEC to be alive to its responsibility to maintain the credibility of the recent election.
“We are reliably informed of the attempts by desperate politicians to bribe INEC workers to either release used and unused ballot papers to them or to help them destroy papers. This, they believe in their imagination, will make their lost case easy for them at the election tribunal.
“The question is if this party actually won the election as its candidate is falsely claiming, why will their leaders be planning to destroy ballot papers, ahead of filing their case at the tribunal?”
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