In his efforts to prove that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) transmitted the 2019 presidential election results through its server, Reno Omokri, has published the identity of the company and the man behind the controversial server.
After initial claims that he had undeniable evidence that INEC has and had a server, Omokri, a former aide to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan, had last week published some of the evidence to buttress his claim.
Omokri’s action followed INEC’s denial that it has no server and never transmitted the 2019 presidential election through any server.
The Yakubu Mahmood-led electoral commission had made the denial after the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and its presidential candidate, Atiku Abubakar, claimed they won the presidential election result transmitted to INEC server but that the commission had jettisoned the result to announce President Muhammadu Buhari winner of the election with fake result.
Providing more evidence to his claim on INEC server, Omokri in a post on his Twitter handle on Monday, gave the name of the man behind the server as Femi Taiwo and the company’s name as INITS Nigeria Limited, located at 16 Majaro Street, Onike, Yaba, 100001, Lagos, Nigeria.
Omokri, who posted the photo of Taiwo and provided his phone number in the post, said local and international journalists, can reach him to confirm the claim.
He wrote in the post he entitled ‘IdentityOfCompanyBehindInecServer’: “I am reliably informed by my moles in @INECNigeria that there is severe panic at their Abuja HQ. They are trying to get the firm to remove all traces of their connection with INEC. But it is too late. We already have the proof!
“Let me assure @inecnigeria Chairman. I know when he arrives the office, which visitors he receives, what he has for lunch, the colour of his handkerchief. He uses perfume. I know the brand. Patriots there reveal the plans of his bed chamber!
“The firm behind the now deleted INEC server is INITS Nigeria Limited, located at 16 Majaro Street, Onike, Yaba, 100001, Lagos, Nigeria. Femi and Ronke Taiwo are the individuals behind the firm.
“This is Femi Taiwo, the man behind the now deleted INEC server. Nigerian and foreign journalists should interview him. If he denies, then I will provide more evidence.
“The young man has done nothing wrong and Nigerians should not attack him. He is not the culprit. @INECNigeria, that denied the existence of a server is. The whole point is to contact the young man and interview him about his work for INEC.”
However, when Ripples Nigeria put a call to the phone line, Ronke Taiwo, who picked the call, said Omokri’s claim was “absolute false”.
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