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APC Raises Alarm, Warns EU, US, Foreign Observer Groups

The All Progressives Congress, APC, Election Situation Centre in Abuja, Sunday evening (local time), raised an alarm about the surfeit of “fake results” and “false propaganda” allegedly being churned out by the opposition People’s Democratic Party, PDP, in favour of candidate Alhaji Atiku Aabubakar.
The Centre was disturbed that certain foreign missions and observer groups were buying into the spread of the alleged propaganda and interfering in Nigeria’s electoral process despite warnings from China and Russia for them to steer clear.
The release particularly named the EU Mission, United States Embassy, and “for a brief moment the President of France” as having been involved in the reported scheme.
The Centre, however, said that the Nigerian intelligence community had risen to the occasion and plugged the conduits for the spread of pernicious materials.
Here is the full text of the release:
Our attention has been drawn to the trend of international foreign missions and observer groups buying into the false propaganda and fake results being tweeted and put out by the opposition party and its candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar.
We note that the EU Mission, United States Embassy in Nigeria particularly and even for a brief moment the President of France, has been involved in this unfortunate activity despite the call of well meaning countries like China and Russia, that Nigeria’s elections should not be interfered with.
Despite this trend, Nigeria’s Intelligence Agencies having penetrated the plans of nefarious elements to make Nigeria ungovernable despite the low level of violence compared to previous years, is now monitoring channels where Mr. Abubakar and his party are putting out fake results and the situation is under control.
Foreign missions are hereby warned to desist from further interference and engaging elements that seek to destabilize the peace of Nigeria.
The Nigerian people wish Senegal and other African countries having elections today and following weeks good luck, and express our confidence that the independence and sovereignty of African Nations should and must be respected.

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