Day of Protest in Nasarawa as Women go Completely UNCLAD

Some women in Nasarawa state have taken to the streets to protest the reelection of All Progressives Congress governor Abdullahi Sule.


Those who participated in the topless protest on Wednesday claimed to have voted against Governor Sule. They believed he rigged the system to get control and then imposed himself on them.

They marched along the state's main thoroughfares while singing and holding signs that read, "Stop the conspiracy against our people," "INEC should rescind the proclamation right away," and "Our Vote must count." 


"David Ombugadu is the candidate we want; we did not vote for Governor Sule. One of the protesters stated INEC should examine the results and uphold the people's will."


Following the declaration of the election results, the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) charged the APC with collaborating with INEC officials and security personnel to rig and falsify the state's governorship election results.


The party said that after the results were stolen, they were transported to places including the Government House and the Federal University of Lafia, where APC agents allegedly changed and manipulated the data in the party's favor.


According to Professor Tanko Ishaya, the State Returning Officer for the governorship election, Governor Sule of the APC received 347,209 votes, beating out David Ombugadu of the PDP, who received 283,016 votes.



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