FG plans trouble in six states with ‘100 trained saboteurs’ – APC Campaign Council

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ABUJA (Sundiata Post) – As the nation prepares to vote for a new on Saturday the APC Presidential Campaign Council has alerted the nation to the emerging facts of a sinister and desperate plan by to deliberately engineer trouble in six Nigerian  states in order to avert the imminent defeat on that day.
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A statement on Wednesday afternoon by the Directorate of Media and Publicity of the APC presidential campaign signed by Garba Shehu said that “credible information available to the campaign from deep inside the federal government have starkly put it to us that the PDP administration has hatched a plan by which the states of Lagos, Imo, , Rivers, Kano and Sokoto be racked by trouble of a serious magnitude in order to sabotage the presidential election and democracy in the country in a sinister, wicked and selfish objective.”‎[pro_ad_display_adzone id=”10”]

The statement said the crises to be fermented in these states “is clearly intended to generate a crisis of serious proportions that would lead to either the postponement or the outright cancellation of the election in order to exclude the states from the first round of voting. By this plan, the will be forced to cancel the elections and have these states conduct rescheduled elections a week later.

“The whole idea, according to these credible sources is that the government wants to buy time yet again, gain energy and pump resources into a renewed crackdown on popular will in those states. They deploy the entire muscle and resources of the federal government to steal the election in the six states.”

The APCPCO statement announced that “100 trained saboteurs” had been deployed to each of the states to carry out these felonious acts.”

It advised Nigerians in the interest of the well-being of “our hard-won democracy and the overall interest of the nation to wake up to the reality of the threats and to do all that is lawful to resist the attempts by the outgoing Jonathan administration to bring down our democracy at the point of exit.”