Festus Keyamo, spokesman of the All Progressives Congress, APC, Presidential Campaign Council, faulted the report recently released by the European Union Election Observation Mission, EU EOM, for the 2019 election which appraised the performance of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, in the exercise.
Addressing newsmen in Abuja on Saturday, Mr Keyamo stated that the observers’ report lacks conclusions, hence one-sided.
According to him, it is not enough to observe a few anomalies in some polling units and generalise recommendations on the conduct of the election in the whole country.
“The result reflects the overall wishes of Nigerians, that was the report by so many observers, if you are an observer you should come to a definitive conclusion, don’t be dodgy about it, don’t run away from that fact because we have 120,000 polling units across the country and in all their report I don’t think they discussed at most 500 polling units.
“If you observed certain anomaly, it could not have been more than 500 or 1000 polling units and if you do observe anomalies in those polling units, how does that substantially affect results coming from 120,000 polling unit?
“So, it is not enough for you to discuss the anomalies, they must discuss the overall results coming from the entire country and whether it did reflect the wishes of the people. This is what we want to know because they have problems in the US elections, there are problems in the EU and even UK elections.
“For Christ sake, we need a detailed analysis to come to a definitive conclusion about the overall result of the election,” he said.
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