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#NigeriaDecides2023: Atiku Calls On INEC To Upload Election Result From Polling Units

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Presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic  Party (PDP) Atiku Abubakar, has asked the National Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Prof Mahmood Yakubu, to direct Collation Officers for Saturday’s election to upload the results from the Polling Units to the INEC server immediately.

Atiku made the call through a statement released on Sunday by his special adviser on media, Paul Ibe.

He said it has become necessary for the Commission to urgently do that to stop some governors who are trying to compromise the results at the local government collation level.

He added that it will amount to a negation of democratic principles to allow anyone to subvert the will of the people.

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“It will be a disservice to Nigerians and a negation to democracy for anyone to subvert the will of the people as freely expressed in their votes of yesterday,” Atiku said.

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The former vice president called on Nigerians to be calm but vigilant to ensure that anti-democratic elements who are masquerading as progressives do not steal their mandate, adding that he is confident of victory.

“We are humbled and honoured by the early projections, which indicate that the Nigerian people have seen in Atiku Abubakar the kind of leader that they want to lead them into a brighter future.

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“While it is still too early to predict the final outcome of the elections, Atiku’ Abubakar’s s early success has certainly put him in a strong position as the race enters its final stages.

“From the current figures that are available, Atiku is winning in many states in the 6 geo-political zones. We urge our members and party agents to remain steadfast and watchful,” Atiku stated.

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