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Save Abia Calls For Immediate Investigation And Prosecution Of Culprits Involved In The Burnt Inec Obingwa Office

By Save Abia
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A political pressure group SAVE ABIA NOW has condemned the setting ablaze of the INEC office in Obingwa LGA of Abia State

In a statement credited to the Director for Media & Publicity of the Group, Comrade Kelechi Nkworie described the Action as the highest Height of Desperation by Selfish Politicians and their Agents who know that the tribunal outcome will not be in their Favor.

The Group asserted that Efforts made to access materials in the council headquarters for forensic Examination failed due to the Activities of the paid Political Thugs of the opposition, He Describe the Plot as a conspiracy to destroy evidence against the massive fraud at the polls, it is surprising that the INEC office was burnt down now the tribunal had ordered INEC to transfer Materials to Umuahia for forensic Examination.

It will be recall that INEC was asked by the Abia Governorship Election Tribunal to transfer all election materials for the Local Government used during the election to Umuahia for inspection by the 3rd of August which will be tomorrow.How come just a day to the delivery OF INEC materials to Umahia for inspection the INEC office was set on fire. He pointed out the Ruling Party is afraid that the electoral materials in the burnt office would jeopardize its case at the tribunal.

The Group alleged that the fire incident was a deliberate Action by some disgruntled Elements who wants to occupy Public office through Electoral Fraud. He pointed out that Public Infrastructure under public and judicial scrutiny, under the administration of an illegal and indicted Transition Chairman cannot be protected as the TC Chairman was arrested during the Elections for massive Electoral fraud

He appealed to security agents to thoroughly investigate the incident with a view to fishing out the culprits.





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