Oshiomhole condemns postponement of Edo election, blames INEC

Edo State Governor, Adams Oshiomhole, has condemned the decision of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to postpone the state’s governorship election by two weeks.

There had been calls for the postponement of the election which INEC had insist would go on as scheduled, until it reversed its decision on Thursday evening.

The governor while speaking to Channelstv wondered why it took the commission so long to make the decision.

He said the APC would have postponed its final rally if INEC had given a hint that the election would be postponed.

He also said INEC should have known that the election date clashes with the WAEC examination.

Oshiomhole dismissed claims that the APC was behind the postponement, stating that no party was as prepared as the ruling party.

“INEC ought to have known that the West African Examination calendar was out there. It is not something they fix two or three weeks to the time,” he said.

One comment

  1. Janet Adeleke

    WAT IS WRONG WITH ALL DIS PPLE NAA, just scattering tins. God dey o

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