I Will Release Audio Footage of Rivers CP Plot to Rig Election- Wike

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(Last Updated On: 2016-11-29)

Olumide Lawal

Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike on Monday threatened to release the audio -visual footages of the Rivers State Police Commissioner planned rigging of the December 10 rerun elections in the state.

The Governor stated this while flagging off the rehabilitation of the General Hospital, Abonnema in Akuku-Toru Local Government Area.

According to him, the audio-visual footages will be made public through different media platforms to expose the extreme rigging desires of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) with the backing of the police and other security agencies.

He alleged the Commissioner of police of deploying 600 policemen working with the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in the state to APC Chieftains.

Wike also that maintained that the 600 SARS personnel distributed would be used to unleash unprecedented violence on the people on election day, so that APC leaders would have time to substitute results sheets handed over to them by the INEC.

He said: “We are now in possession of the DVD of how the Police Commissioner and some politicians were planning on how to rig the forthcoming Legislative re-run elections in Rivers State. At the appropriate time, we shall release the materials for Nigerians to understand the depth of the electoral fraud being perpetrated by INEC and Police.

“For the security of this all important audio-visual material, we have mass produced them and kept them at different locations. Nigerians are entitled to know the truth about the unfortunate rigging machine. Now that we have caught them on tape, this will shake the world. Rivers State is not like other states where you can plot and execute easy rigging plans.

“We are ahead of them by 50 steps. If they take one step, we take 50. On behalf of our people, we shall continue to monitor these persons who are trying to steal the mandate of our people.”

Meanwhile, Rivers State Commissioner of Police, Francis Odesanya in reaction challenged   Governor Wike to go ahead and release the audio tape.

He said he will not respond to the allegation until the Governor release the tape.

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