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2019: EFCC, Police in secret pact to destabilize PDP states – Secondus claim

The National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Prince Uche Secondus has raised alarm over alleged secret pact between the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, (EFCC) and the Nigeria Police force to destabilize PDP-controlled states.

Secondus said this in a statement by his special adviser on media, Ike Abonyi.

He listed Bayelsa, Akwa Ibom and Ebonyi as states pencilled down for destabilisation by federal government agencies before 2019.

He said the aim was to cause affection and pave way for the All Progressives Congress (APC) to win in 2019.

The statement read: “In most PDP states, despite the governors being chief security officers, police commissioners have set up parallel structures to undermine the security of the states, just to satisfy their pay masters

“They have resolved to inject crisis in PDP controlled states and ensure that our governors who are refusing to play ball are permanently distracted for their re-election bid.

“They have deployed huge cash in these states to either use labour or state legislators to inject crisis, frighten the governors and force them to do a deal with them,” he said.

The PDP National Chairman noted that the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, has posted eight police commissioners to Bayelsa State, in less than three.

Secondus also accused Imspector General If Police, Ibrahim Idris and Magu of campaigning for Buhari.

The PDP Chairman stressed that APC is engaging in underhand tactics to win election at all cost.

“That is why they are not campaigning or seeking votes from Nigerians; that is why President Buhari has refused to sign into law an amended Electoral Act that would have guaranteed this nation a freer and fair election.

“Nothing clearly underscores the fact that the APC is not interested in having a transparent election than the refusal of the president to sign the Electoral Act into law,” the Chairman stated.



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