Doubtful Atiku Says He’s Not Sure His Votes Would Count, Reveals Why There Were Low Voters Turnout

After casting his governorship votes yesterday, People’s Democratic party’s presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar says he is not sure if his votes would count, stating he was the reason why there were low voters turn out. Atiku who voted at Ajiya Ward, Yola north local government area of Adamawa state said there were malpractices and irregularities with the electioneering process. He said: “Suddenly, I’m not convinced that my vote will count. You can see a very low voter turnout. I believe the last elections were marred by a lot of malpractices. I particularly abhor the participation of the military in electoral process. It’s absolutely unconstitutional and unlawful”. Proferring a solution to the alleged malpractices, Atiku said: “It requires the coming together of all Nigerians and the leadership to be able to redress all the challenges we face in the last elections.”  Atiku is currently faulting the INEC presidential results from the February 23rd general elections and is currently heading to court to argue it out. Photo Credit: Getty

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