CUPP hails INEC for revealing more details of fraud in voters register.

By Our Correspondent.
The coalition of opposition political parties, CUPP, has once again revealed further troubling details in the voters’ register.
CUPP spokesperson Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere made the disclosure while addressing a world press conference on Monday.
This is coming shortly after it exposed  showed the fake registrations in the voters’ register in some parts of Imo State and pointedly identified those behind the compromise on the register.
Ugochinyere went ahead to commend the INEC Chairman for his swift action in the publication and cleaning up the register and the announcement that so far, over 2.7 million fake registrations have been weeded off the register.
While noting that this action from INEC will harm the plan of those behind the fake registrations that were done to undermine a credible electoral process, he, however, released evidence that there are more fake registrations by way of underage voters, multiple registrations with one identity, registration of dead or foreign persons.
CUPP then called on INEC and the Security Agencies to ensure that the culprits behind the fake registrations were arrested and prosecuted.
He said they not only plot to taint the voters’ register but also want to stop the use of BVAS in the February elections by planning the removal of the INEC chairman on trumped-up charges for refusing to do their bidding.
CUPP thus warned well-meaning Nigerians the courts and security agencies to resist this plot from those who only want to undermine the proposed credible elections by arresting and removing the INEC chair on fraudulent claims.
“It is for this purpose that the Nigerian opposition and indeed all Nigerian citizens of goodwill have resolved that we shall resist and reject any form of arrest of the INEC Chairman when he returns to the country. We shall also vehemently resist and reject every form of resignation from office by the INEC Chairman either forced or otherwise or any other form or method of removal from office.”

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