Fayose Plans To Rig Elections With Fake Policemen – APC


The All Progressives Congress (APC) in Ekiti State has accused Governor Ayodele Fayose of sewing fake Police uniforms for thugs in order to use them to rig the forthcoming general elections.

A statement by the party’s Publicity Secretary, Taiwo Olatubosun, said the APC had discovered the governor’s plot to use trumped-up charges to incarcerate the leaders to cripple the party’s mobilisation efforts.

“After it became clear that soldiers would not be allowed to be deployed for the polls, PDP leaders in Ekiti State have opted for the police. They have discovered that the fake army uniforms they sewed would be useless and they have started sewing police uniforms for their operation,” Olatubosun claimed.

In his reaction, Fayose’s Special Assistant on Information, Lanre Ogunsuyi, said that the allegation was unfounded.

“The APC is already conceding defeat before the elections proper. All their tricks are falling apart.

“The allegation is preposterous. Nothing is working in their favour that is why they are concocting all these lies,” he added.

However, Olatunbosun said that the APC would use all legal means, including civil actions, to defend their votes against any invaders on election day.

“We want to send a strong warning to Fayose that it is not going to be business as usual this time around. He did his worst during the last governorship election when the Nigerian Army personnel deployed to Ekiti State helped him to supervise election rigging.

“Details of the criminal conspiracy are being heard around the world over that despicable act. We have learnt our lessons and he should be told that APC members are prepared for the worst of his plans.

“We will never get ourselves involved in criminalities but we will defend our votes by all means, legal and civil. Let Fayose know that as he is planning for his rigging, we are also planning to defend our votes. If he believes he can’t survive without bending the law, we will show him that upholding the law by defending our votes remains the only way to make democracy work,” Olatubosun said.