CNPP Warns Of Plot To Rig Election

Barely nine days to the election, the Conference of Nigeria Political Parties (CNNP), has disclosed that some people were plotting to rig the polls.
The CNPP’s state General Secretary, Mr. Babatunde Alli, made the disclosure in an interview in Akure, yesterday. He warned the......
stakeholders against impersonators who were parading as CNPP officials to adopt candidates and political parties.
Alli urged the public to keep away from the fraudsters, adding: “ The CNPP would speak soon on how these impostors were defrauding politicians to deceive the people.  We have not adopted any candidate or party and would not be liable for any loss that might arise in this regard.

“The CNPP, which is chaired by Femi Ajibola has not adopted any candidate in the coming governorship election.”He explained that there was no discord in its leadership and condemned the failure of the Inter Party-Advisory Council (IPAC) to work with the CNPP’s leadership on how to move the state forward.
Onnit's Black Friday SaleThe secretary added that the CNPP was a political pressure group and warned IPAC against allowing government to manipulate it to compromise the electoral standard.
He urged the elected leaders to focus on grassroots development and not to deceive the people during elections. Alli passed a vote of confidence in the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to conduct free and fair polls in the state.
He, however, warned the electoral body and the security agencies against actions that could question the credibility of their duties.He urged the INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, to improve on the legacies left by the former Chairman, Prof Attahiru Jega.
According to him, the card reader technology, which had been used in the past elections, could be further improved to detect electoral fraud in the country.