The Enugu State chapter of the Labour Party has issued a stern warning to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) concerning the outcome of the recently held governorship and House of Assembly elections in the state.
The party has expressed its dissatisfaction with the reports of thuggery and intimidation against its agents at local government collation centers, and has vowed to reject any election results that do not accurately reflect the votes cast by the people.
In a statement released on Sunday, Chief Casmir Agbo, the party’s chairman, expressed concern over the widespread manipulation of results at local government collation centers across the state.
He urged all parties involved to adhere to the electoral guidelines and rules, emphasizing that any attempt to manipulate the results would be taken seriously against the commission.
The Labour Party is determined to resist any effort to alter the will of the people as expressed on March 18, 2023.
The party believes that the electorate’s voice should be heard and respected, and any attempt to manipulate the election results will be met with stiff resistance.
The Enugu State chapter of the Labour Party has called on INEC to investigate the reports of violence and intimidation, and ensure that the election results accurately reflect the will of the people.
The party has also promised to use all legal means available to it to ensure that the election is free, fair, and credible.
In conclusion, the Enugu State Labour Party has issued a stern warning to INEC regarding the manipulation of the election results.
The party is determined to ensure that the votes cast by the people are accurately reflected in the final outcome of the election.
The Labour Party has called on all stakeholders to respect the people’s will and to allow the democratic process to proceed without interference.