The leaders of the All Progressives Congress (APC) within the Aniocha North Council stormed the headquarters of the Delta State Impartial Electoral Fee (DSIEC) and demanded what they name the “stolen mandate” of their candidate for Issele Azagba Station 06, Samson Uwandulu, designated.
This adopted when the DSIEC declared all candidates for the PDP presidency to be the winners of Saturday’s elections within the state, as Uwandulu claimed that the DSIEC favored the PDP regardless of 408 votes to defeat the PDP candidate who polled 317 votes .
He insisted that after counting and collating the votes, he gained, including that PDP officers kidnapped the group returnees and appealed to Governor Ifeanyi Okowa to say himself with DSIEC to revive his mandate.
An APC chief within the space, Gabriel Uwaje, mentioned the individuals of Issele-Azagba had been stressed because the mandate was kidnapped and appealed to the related authorities to do what is critical and restore normalcy to the bottom.
When requested if he knew the APC was boycotting the train midway, he mentioned the Issele Azagba individuals had been unaware of such developments and insisted that Uwandulu be mandated to successfully characterize on the council has been.
The chairman of the DSIEC, Mike Ogbodu, ignored the protest and introduced that the candidates for the PDP chairmanship had gained the election of their respective council areas with a landslide.
Saying the outcomes, Ogbodu mentioned the elections had been carried out in full compliance with COVID-19 protocols. The train was typically peaceable.