The Presidential Candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, has accused the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of releasing uncollected Permanent Voter Cards (PVCs) to some governors of the All Progressive Congress (APC).
“Now, listen to this very carefully, we have information that INEC has been givig uncollected PVCs to the APC governors. So if a voter comes to your polling booths and you don’t know him, don’t allow him to vote because they want to steal your votes,” Atiku said
Atiku stated this at his campaign rally in Osogbo, the capital of Osun State, while addressing supporters at the Nelson Mandela Freedom Park.
The former vice president said that he is not like President Muhammadu Buhari who failed to deliver all his promises made before the 2015 election, adding that he shall deliver all what he promised.
“This government came and said they were going to give you jobs. Have they given you the jobs? They said they were going to grow the economy. Have they grown the economy? We are in recession. In fact, we are the headquarters of poverty in the whole world. That is where they took us to.
“They said they were going to secure our country, instead of securing our country, we have insecurity in three to four zones of the country. Have they delivered on all these three? Why should you then vote for them?
“I promised restructuring. In five to six months, I will start that and I mean it. I said I am going to give youths 40 per cent of my government and I mean it. I said I am going to give women 30 per cent of my government and I mean it. Mark my words, I am not Buhari.”