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APC Will Not Participate In Rivers State Elections” – INEC Reveals

INEC has once again confirmed that the All Progressives Congress (APC) will not participate in elections in Rivers State, Igbere Tv reports.


Festus Okoye, the Commissioner of INEC said the commission is acting based on a court ruling.


He said; “The Independent National Electoral Commission acts on the basis of existing facts. The facts on the ground as of today is that the Federal High Court Porthacourt Judicial division, delivered two judgements and said that the APC will not participate in the elections and that the logo of the APC or any of the candidates of the APC will not appear on the ballot papers on election day and INEC has fully complied with this particular directive,” Igbere Tv reports.


Okoye also stated that in cases where there are disputes, the commission has abided with court rulings and will only change its position if there is a contrary ruling from a higher court. Furthermore, he stated that it has no plans to postpone elections in any part of the country, contrary to claims in some quarters.


“If anything arises as we proceed towards the 2019 elections, we will deal with that particular eventuality. But as at today, the reality is that the APC will not participate in the elections, the elections will go on and it won’t be postponed.


The PDP forwarded the name of a candidate to the Independent National Electoral Commission as the candidate of the political party. INEC accepted the name of that candidate. During the period of substitution, the candidate was not substituted, therefore, the candidate’s name will appear on the ballot on election day.


The only basis for the removal of any candidate from the list as at today is death. We have released the final list for presidential and National Assembly elections and there wouldn’t be any change anymore”.

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