PDP Accuses APC Of A Plot To Shift Kogi Elections By 2 Weeks

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The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Campaign Council accused The All Progressive Congress and the Kogi State Government of plotting a strategy to shift the Kogi State Governorship elections by two weeks.

According to Punch, Mr, Austin Okai, The Deputy Director Public Communication of the Campaign Council alleged that a plot to shift the time of the election was because of the high public opinion of APC members.

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According to Okai, he believed that Yahaya Bello, who is the APC governorship candidate will lose the elections if INEC conducts the elections on the original date.

The Kogi Governorship is originally scheduled to hold on November 16



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