This Senator claims that top PDP members worked with APC to kick out GEJ

by Panshak Ibrahim

A Senator who lost his re-election bid says that high level conspiracy was behind the defeat of President Goodluck Jonathan and the Peoples Democratic Party at the general elections.

The PDP member representing Nasarawa South in the senate, Senator Suleiman Adoke, claims that high ranking members of the PDP at the federal and state levels were in collusion with the All Progressives Congress to ensure victory for them.

While speaking with journalists on Wednesday, in Abuja, he said there was an institutional conspiracy and high level betrayal across board, which forced Jonathan out of office.

“I maintain that there is a complete institutional conspiracy to shift the government from the PDP to the APC at all cost. Virtually everybody participated in this movement across the political parties.”

“Infact ranking PDP stalwarts participated in this grand design to effect a change in governance. Even when the ordinary people knew the election was not fair, they looked the other way because everybody was united to make sure that PDP was out of government.”

“That can happen in the life of any country where people had enough of a particular ruling party and desperately needed a change without minding how the change would come. In my own opinion, this is what happened in Nigeria. We just pray that it is for good.”

Speaking furtherm, Adoke stated that he was winning his election up until the midnight of Sunday, March 29, only for the INEC Returning Officer to announce on Monday evening that someone else was the winner.

“Let me say categorically that I lost the election due to the active collaboration of the PDP agents, that is what made it very sad. My best friends, who I appointed as my agent at the collation centres all sold out. Today they can not look at me in the face, some of them had even run away. It was a massive conspiracy to get me out of office.”

“One of my friends is riding the car that I bought for my mother. His case is that of a betrayal that I will never forget in my life.The degree of conspiracy that I encountered was such that cannot adequately addressed by any court of law. It is an institutional conspiracy but we are trusting that God who is above all institution, to vindicate us.”

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