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Only ‘gullible’ people believe the ‘daft’ story of server results- Keyamo



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The spokesperson of the Muhammadu Buhari Campaign organization, Festus Keyamo, said the earlier claim by the opposition Peoples Democratic Party on the electronic server of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) showed how gullible the party chieftains are.

Keyamo who spoke via his twitter handle @fkeyamo on Friday, said the initial petition written to the Department of State Services (DSS) and the police was based on the claim by PDP and its people.

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“Someone claimed to have access to a server. We then petitioned the Police and DSS to investigate him based on his claim. He now turns around to say we are the ones that confirmed the existence of a server, forgetting we were relying on his claim. Now we hear there’s even no server!

“There was no electronic transmission of results because 1. Electoral (Amendment) Bill was not signed 2. the NCC & service providers said it was impossible since the entire country was not covered by networks & that there were many blind spots in NIG. from which it cannot be done.

“The question that those gullible ones who believe the daft story of results in a server have not answered is simply this: since NCC & service providers said there were too many blind spots in NIG not covered by networks, how were those fake server results transmitted nationwide?”

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