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PDP will take over if INEC maintains current system – Wike


Rivers State Governor, Nyesom Wike, says his party, the Peoples Democratic Party, will take over the much coveted presidential seat from the ruling All Progressives Congress in 2023 if the Independent National Electoral Commission continues with its current system of conducting free-and-fair elections.

Wike stated this on Monday at the inauguration of some projects in Rivers State on the occasion of his 58th birthday.

Currently, the PDP controls 13 states, while the All Progressives Grand Alliance has one with the APC dominating the others.

Opposition politicians and civil society organisations have in recent times applauded INEC for introducing systems like the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System used for accreditation during elections.

The electoral umpire has also been commended for standing against pressure mounted by the ruling APC government at the centre to influence the outcomes of the Edo (September 2020) and Anambra (November 2021) governorship elections, which were won by PDP and APGA respectively despite the participation of APC candidates in the two elections. Continue Reading


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