Buhari met INEC boss at midnight to steal governorship elections – Timi Frank gives details Updated for 2021


Updated: March 6, 2021

Former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Comrade Timi Frank, claimed on Wednesday that there was another midnight meeting between President Muhammadu Buhari, the Chairman of the electoral body, Professor Manhood Yakubu, Chief of Army staff and the acting Inspector General of Police.

Frank claimed the meeting was in the instance of the presidency on how to perfect victory for the ruling party in the six states already declared inconclusive by the INEC.

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The president had earlier on Tuesday met behind closed door with some Northern govermors.

Exposing the meeting through a press statement Wednesday in Abuja, the political activist said it was the third time that the INEC chairman and others were secretly meeting the president at midnight.

Frank raised an alarm that the way APC allegedly stole the mandate freely given to Alhaji Atiku Abubakar in the Presidential election, “the electoral empire is out to repeat the same plot in the rescheduled rerun governorship elections in six states.”

According to him, the latest meeting took place at the Glass House of the Presidential Villa, which started at about 1:30 am and lasted for about an hour.

Frank claimed that the INEC boss arrived the presidential villa in the same Armoured BMW 7 series collour vehicle with the Chief of Army Staff Buratai and later joined by other APC leaders.

“Our Eagle eye in the presidential Villa has exposed another secret meeting against Nigeria by the people we trusted with power. The latest meeting is meant to finalise strategies on how to rig the six states declared inconclusive for the ruling APC. These are states already won by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) but declared inconclusive.

“I challenge the INEC chairman to deny and swear with Holy Qur’an that he was not meeting the president. History will always remember 2019 general elections and the role played by Prof. Mahmood Yakubu, will never be forgotten in a hurry,” Frank stated.

The Bayelsa born activist, however, called on all the serving and elected governors, national leaders and other stakeholders of the PDP not to celebrate any victory yet untill the six states of Rivers, Sokoto, Bauchi, Kano, Adamawa and Plateau are declared for the party.

“The game plan is to adopt Osun template for the rerun elections. PDP leaders must speak out loudly against militarisation of these elections, the evil plot of the latest meeting should not be allowed to materialised because the APC government will do everything possible to rig these rerun,” Frank said.

While calling on international community to continue to keep eye on the electoral process in the country, Frank said the statements released by the EU and UK to condem the militarisation of last Saturday’s governorship election have vindicated his earlier positions.

“I also called on the Sultan of Sokoto, the Gen. Abdulsalam Abubakar-ed Peace Committee who have been keeping quiet in the face of injustice and other leaders of thoughts to called the Buhari-led APC government to order.


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