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INEC must not throw Nigeria into crisis – Osuntokun

INEC must not throw Nigeria into crisis – Osuntokun

The Director General, Labour Party (LP) Presidential Campaign Council, Akin Osuntokun, has appealed to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) not to throw Nigeria into crisis with the falsification and manipulation of the authentic result of the February 25, 2023 presidential election believed to have been won by Mr. Peter Obi, the LP flagbearer.

Also read: INEC, RECs review 2023 general election in Abuja

In a statement issued at the weekend, Osuntokun, while calling for the restoration of Obi’s mandate, urged the INEC to do the needful to facilitate and resolve the case at the judiciary.

He also disclosed that before the party [LP] went to the Election Tribunal, it had the result of the presidential election uploaded on INEC’s original portal as follows:

Abia:

APC    = 8%

LP       = 79%

NNPP = 2%

PDP    = 11%

Adamawa:

APC     = 8%

LP        = 35%

NNPP  = 5%

PDP     = 52%

Akwa Ibom:

APC     = 3%

LP        = 58%

NNPP  = 1%

PDP     = 38%

Anambra:

APC      = 3%

LP         = 85%

NNPP   = 0%

PDP      = 12%

Bauchi:

APC       = 14%

LP          =  26%  NNPP:   = 28%

PDP       = 32%

Bayelsa:

APC        = 17%

LP           = 62%  NNPP     = 1%

PDP        = 20%

Benue:

APC        = 7%

LP           = 70%  NNPP     = 1%

PDP        = 22%

Borno:

APC        = 40%

LP           = 25%  NNPP     =13%

PDP        = 22%

Cross Rivers:

APC        = 12%

LP           = 72% NNPP     = 0%

PDP        = 16%

Delta:

APC       = 15 %

LP          = 50% NNPP    = 0%

PDP       = 35%

Ebonyi:

APC       = 8%

LP          = 74% NNPP    = 4%

PDP       = 14%

Edo:

APC        = 8%

LP           = 74% NNPP     = 4%

PDP        = 14%

Ekiti:

APC        = 50%

LP           = 42% NNPP     = 1%

PDP        = 7%

Enugu:

APC        = 8%

LP           = 74% NNPP     = 4%

PDP        = 14%

Gombe:

APC         = 30%

LP            = 20% NNPP      = 15%

PDP         = 35%

Imo:

APC         = 10%

LP            = 80% NNPP      = 2%

PDP         = 8%

Jigawa:

APC         = 18%

LP            = 10% NNPP      = 42%

PDP         = 30%

Kaduna:

APC          = 31%

LP             =30%

NNPP       = 20% PDP          = 19%

Kano:

APC          = 23%

LP            = 26% NNPP       = 34% PDP          = 17%

Katsina:

APC         = 25%

LP           = 26% NNPP      = 23% PDP         = 26%

Kebbi:

APC         = 27%

LP            = 26% NNPP       = 22% PDP          = 25%

Kogi:

APC         = 33%

LP            = 44% NNPP        = 1%

PDP          = 22%

Kwara:

APC         = 40%

LP            = 35% NNPP       = 0%

PDP          = 25%

Lagos:  

APC          = 38%

LP            = 48% NNPP        = 0%

PDP          = 14%

Nasarawa:

APC        = 25%

LP            = 62% NNPP       = 7%

PDP          = 10%

Niger:

APC         = 30%

LP            = 20% NNPP       = 15% PDP          = 35%

Ogun:

APC         = 42%

LP            = 46% NNPP       = 0%

PDP          = 12%

Ondo:

APC         = 45%

LP            = 31% NNPP      = 1%

PDP         = 23%

Osun:

APC        = 40%

LP           = 35% NNPP     = 2%

PDP        = 23%

Oyo:

APC       = 48%

LP          = 32% NNPP    = 0%

PDP       = 20%

Plateau:

APC       = 15%

LP          = 66% NNPP    = 5%

PDP       = 14%

Rivers:

APC       = 21%

LP          = 69% NNPP    = 0%

PDP       = 10%

Sokoto:

APC       = 22%

LP          = 22% NNPP    = 25%

PDP       = 31%

Taraba:

APC       = 9%

LP          = 69% NNPP    = 2%

PDP       = 20%

Yobe:

APC      = 30%

LP         = 6%

NNPP   = 29%

PDP      = 35%

Zamfara:

APC      = 30%

LP         = 9%

NNPP   = 21%

PDP      = 42%

FCT:

APC     = 10%

LP        = 70%

NNPP  = 1%

PDP     = 13%

valoa2000@yahoo.com

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