Timi Frank, a former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), has called for the arrest of Mahmood Yakubu, Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
WITHIN NIGERIA previously reported that former Transportation Minister Rotimi Amaechi stated in a short video clip shared online that the APC was not contesting against the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), but against the Independent National Electoral Commission and the Police.
He also recalled how he and others had opposed the reappointment of Yakubu Mahmood, Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).
Mahmood, he claims, was recommended for reappointment by someone in the camp of President-elect Bola Tinubu.
Timi Frank, in a statement issued on Sunday, praised Amaechi for revealing those who truly appointed Mahmood Yakubu as Chairman of INEC.
Mahmood, he claims, had no intention of conducting a credible election and instead deceived Nigerians, and he should be arrested for lying and refusing to follow the commission’s guidelines for the 2023 election.
Frank maintained that the first and second elections were tainted by rigging and violence in the majority of states.
According to Amaechi’s confession, Mahmood came to reward the people who appointed him rather than hold a free and fair election.
From day one, it is clear that the INEC Chairman did not have any good intention to give Nigerians a credible election but to just come and handover.
He decided to deceive Nigerians and that is why he refused to follow the Commission’s own election guidelines because of the hatchet job he was prepared to do for those who facilitated his appointment into office.
The INEC chairman needs to be arrested for lying and his refusal to follow the template and guidelines put in place by the commission, an act that is tantamount to criminality.
That is why he gave Nigeria to Tinubu and APC. Then gave Rivers State to Wike as there was no election in the state. He only rewarded his benefactor.
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