Exclusive: How APC Wins 2015 Election with 13million Votes

Posted on January 7, 2019 || By: Global News

As Nigerians prepare for next month’s general elections, it has been allegedly revealed that the All Progressives Congress (APC) won the 2015 presidential election with about 13million votes, using incidence forms.

Apart from reported cases of election malpractices, particularly in the north where under aged persons were pictured to be voting, a chunk of Buhari’s votes at the election came through incidence forms.

A source told Global News that the 13 million incidence forms were distributed around some states of the federation, mostly in the north.

“All these facts were available to the then President Goodluck Jonathan, but he only decided to let peace reign by accepting the results in good fate,” our source said.

Meanwhile, Ben Murray Bruce, a Senator representing Bayelsa East Senatorial Zone, has echoed the voice of Nigerians calling on President Muhammadu Buhari to sign the Electoral Bill into law. The President’s refusal to yield the demands of the people has further put question marks on the credibility of the coming election.

“Election results were manipulated in 2015 using the incidence forms. If the President had signed the bill and the law is passed, it means there would be no incidence forms to fall back on to rig the election. The incidence form is part of the strategy or game plan for electoral victory by the APC. You can write it and from there other things could happen. So I leave that to your imagination.”

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