Politics

Security Suddenly Changed At INEC Office In Port Harcourt

Many fear that the military siege laid on all the election collation centres and offices of the Independent National Electoral Commission in Rivers State on March 9 and 10 may have resumed in another form today with the sudden change of security officers guarding its state headquarters.

By Kalada Jumbo

Many fear that the military siege laid on all the election collation centres and offices of the Independent National Electoral Commission in Rivers State on March 9 and 10 may have resumed in another form today with the sudden change of security officers guarding its state headquarters.

This has drawn the ire of the Rivers State PDP Campaign Council which has expressed fears that this change may be a ploy to allow the APC and her collaborators in the security circle to have unauthorised access to sensitive election materials in the custody of INEC in Port Harcourt.

According to a statement by the Director of Information and Communications of the Rivers State PDP Campaign Council Barr Emma Okah, “Rivers State PDP Campaign Council has decried the sudden change of security officers guarding the INEC office in Port Harcourt without explanation.

“The Party fears that this change may be a ploy to allow the APC and her collaborators in the security circle to have unauthorised access to sensitive election materials in the custody of INEC in Port Harcourt.

“The PDP warns of dire consequences should any one tamper with election materials to the detriment of the PDP.

“He further urges Rivers people to remain vigilant and report suspicious movement to the Party.”

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