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How Sanwo-Olu nominated organization as his deputy – AD explains why Governor-elect shouldn’t be inaugurated

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The Alliance for Democracy, AD, has called on the Lagos State election tribunal to stop the inauguration of the governor-election, Babajide Sanwo-Olu.

AD’s governorship candidate in the just conclude election in the state, Owolabi Salis explained that Sanwo-Olu’s inauguration should be stopped because the governor-elect was in a poor state of mind.

In a statement, Salis alleged that Sanwo-Olu nominated his party, the All Progressives Congress, APC, as his deputy governor on his INEC form as against Babafemi Hazmat.

Salis also accused the governor-elect of using a fake card reader during the just concluded election.

The statement reads: “Surprisingly, Babajide Sanwo-Olu nominated APC, an organisation, as his deputy governor in his INEC form rather than nominating Babafemi Hazmat, an individual.

“Sanwo-Olu voter’s card number is BBBBBBBBBB295797059 said to be registered in Lagos. This voter’s card is showing invalid command on Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) voters status verification system which any Nigerian can cross check it.

“We are suspecting illegal invasion of INEC registration system. Sanwo-Olu may not have registered to vote but this was smuggled into the INEC system.

“For IT experts, you can smuggle in data but specific identification numbers are always very impossible; while the name is being smuggled in, the VIN identification number could not. That is our possible finding requiring the attorney general and other security agencies attention now. We will be urging the tribunal to pay attention to this.”

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