Don’t Postpone Anambra Election ; Anambra PPCO Warns INEC

. . . Says Nigerians Should hold APC and their collaborators Responsible for Burning INEC Materials.

By Pascal Chibueze

The Anambra State PDP Presidential Campaign Organization (PPCO), has warned INEC not to  postpone the Presidential elections in Anambra State .

In a prss release signed by Anambra State Campaign Director , PDP Presidential Campaign Organization ( PPCO) Dr. Harry Oranezi and made available to newsmen in Awka said the  arson carried out at INEC office  in Awka targeted materials for the elections including card readers.

PPCO Anambra State stated that APC and their collaborators had been working to sabotage INEC from carrying her constitutional mandate in Anambra State

The group said that the deliberate resort to burning of INEC materials in Anambra State in order to force the Commission to postpone Anambra election and have the election in isolation from other states would be resisted by informed Anambrarians and all lovers of democracy .

‘Do we still ask where to look to when the desperation of APC in cohorts with  some elements in Agu Awka shows that they are clearly on a mission  to sabotage INEC so as to stop the Atiku /Obi led PDP ticket from  receiving the expected overwhelming votes from Anambra voters .

‘We wish to let them know that Ndi Anambra will resist such move to postpone the Presidential election in Anambra State .

‘It is obvious that over 90% of voters in Anambra State want to produce a new government at the centre that will offer solutions to the ongoing economic difficulties in the country with their PVCs

‘For those APC elements mulling the  shift of the  election in Anambra State , We wish to state that INEC as electoral  Institution/umpire should have  contingency plans to take care of whatever effects of burning of INEC materials must have caused the Commission without postponing the election date in Anambra State .

‘PPCO therefore , call on Anambra voters to proceed to their various polling booths with their PVCs on 16th February and cast their votes for the  PDP .

‘We wish to call on the Security agencies to stand up and protect our  institutions of Democracy from these  anti-democratic elements,’ the statement read.