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Shocking Revelation! Gov Uzodinma nabbed red-handed as he allegedly fakes registered voters from 6,000 to 46,000 in his ward [updated with video]


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The Governor of Imo State, Senator Hope Uzodinma has been accused of ‘magically’ falsifying the number of registered voters in his ward from 6,000 to 46,000 in what was dubbed “Omuma magic” at the 46 polling units for Omuma Ward in the state.

Spokesperson of the Nigerian opposition Coalition, the CUPP, Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere raised the alarm following a busted rigging plot ahead of the 2023 general elections.

Addressing a world press conference, Ugochinyere said the vigilance team of the group, following credible intelligence, discovered how the Imo State Governor allegedly used fake names, passport photos from brochures, calendars and photo studios to register and upload voters in some polling units in his home town Omuma and Ideato area.

The Ideato version happened more in the Obiohia ward of the outgoing House of Reps member, some parts of Isiekenesi, and other areas.

The shocking discoveries have all been forwarded to the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) who assured that those behind the criminality will be arrested and dealt with and the fake registrations taken down.

The opposition also displayed extracts of the National Voters register which it claimed were part of at least 10 million fake registrations done by the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC).

It said the names were sourced from both within and outside Nigeria including some African countries such as Ghana, Cameroon, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Togo, Guinea, Gambia and countries outside Africa including Jamaica, Brazil and New Zealand .

They also showed several registrations which were captured from passport photographs and other photos.

Significant among the discoveries in the register is the fact that majority of the foreign names were all born in 1983 despite whether their photographs showed they were old or young.

Many people were also shown to have been born between 1900 and 1914 yet their photographs were those of young people. Equally, many male photos had their gender written as female and vice versa.

The group further alleged that the Chairman of INEC, Prof Mahmood Yakubu is under pressure for the commission to announce a change to the Commission’s hard stands on the compulsory use of the BVAS machine for accreditation or get sacked as Chairman of the Commission .

Ikenga Ugochinyere said that the intelligence the CUPP intercepted which has led to the discovery of the suit filed seeking to nullify the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS) and exposure of the massive compromise in the voters register cannot now be wrong.

He noted that the third leg of the plot is to sack the National Chairman through a suspension as the plotters know they cannot get the required numbers from the National Assembly for an outright sack.

The group thereafter called on international partners, local and international observer groups, civil society and the general public to help it and protect democracy as the success of any of these plots will erode the integrity and credibility of the electoral process and deny Nigerians the sovereign right to freely choose their leaders. Read more.

See evidence of how INEC register was compromised in Gov. Uzodinma’s Omuma Ward and 18 other APC states with upload of fake INEC registrations into the central sever with foreign names which will be uploaded as pre-accredited voters to massively rig the 2023 general election:

Watch video of the world press conference by Ugochinyere below:


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