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While Anambra voters are preparing to vote in the November 30th supplementary election in the state, analysts say they are suspicious of how the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) came by the number of votes allocated to the candidates, saying INEC numbers are a big fraud mathematically and statistically.
In data made exclusively available to Elombah.com, researchers have uncovered the hidden scores behind the election that was held on November 16th.
According to INEC, out of the 1,763,751 voters registered for the election, only 451,826 were accredited. Total valid votes stood at 413,005, while the invalid ones were 16,544. Total votes cast were 429,549, while 113,113 votes were nullified or cancelled as INEC used the term.
Working with this figure from INEC, our researchers acting on intelligence found a mathematical blunder.
With the stated number of votes cancelled, the State had only 316, 436 valid votes cast.
The electoral body told the world that the candidates scored the following votes, which were written against their names.
Mr.Willie Obiano of APGA got 174,710 to finish tops
Mr. Tony Nwoye of PDP polled 94,956 to finish runner up
Mr. Chris Ngige of APC was third with 92,300 votes
Mr. Ifeanyi Ubah of LP came fourth with 37,440
The amazing results totaled 399,406 as the number of valid votes cast during the election, however, bearing in mind that INEC said 429,529 people voted, out of which 113,113 were nullified, that means only 316,436 legitimate votes were recorded.
This calculation by our researchers who carefully pored over the INC figures render the election invalid and we can therefore report with all authority that the election was rigged, as the votes allocated to the candidates do not reflect the actual numbers of voters nor the actual number of votes cast.
The implication is that the number of votes allocated to the 4 major candidates by INEC is higher than the total number of valid votes cast during the election. This does not even take into consideration the votes garnered by the remaining 18 candidates in the contest
Our sources say an extra 82970 votes was added to the votes of the APGA candidate, Willie Obaino, thus making the election a scam and a sham.
Our researchers say the INEC figure is NOT possible under any calculation in statistics or mathematics, An addition of the votes ‘scored’ by the candidate and the invalid votes brings a total 512,519 voters, thereby rendering the 429,529 votes as announced by INEC fraudulent, with same wide margin of 82,970 ghost voters added.
If the figure for the ghost voters allocated to the APGA candidate is removed, Obiano will have a legitimate vote of only 91,740 polling third to PDP’s Tony Nwoye, who is the actual winner of the election and APC's Chris Ngige will come second. Mr. Tony Nwoye polled 94,956
Meanwhile several election monitors reported rigging in many polling centers visited, with the ruling All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) sharing N10,000 to voters for their vote.
Next Saturday’s supplementary election has been rejected by the APC and Labour candidates stating their refuse to partake in it. We also have it on good authority that the PDP candidate has also refused to partake in the supplementary election, but he is under pressure from the presidency to take part, promising him a ministerial or ambassadorial position.