Everyone, including the Peoples Democratic Party, knew that the April 11, 2015 gubernatorial election in Delta State was massively rigged to favour the incumbent government.
Some opposition members have even alleged that the #PDP connived with the Independent National Electoral Commission to announce a result that had been prepared a day after presidential election was concluded.
But, the question has always been asked: do the opposition parties have tangible evidence to prove that the April 11, 2015 election was rigged?
The massive fraud which marred the election in the state has been exposed.
The Certified True Copy of Card Readers record of accredited voters showed that Card Reader accredited voters was only 709,700.
This figure is lesser when compared to the Delta State #INEC record, which put the number of accredited voters at 1,017,796.
A senior staff of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) at their headquarters in Abuja was the brain behind this revelation.
An analysis of the figures above showed a massive difference of over 300,000 accredited voters.
With the #tribunal set to begin sitting on Wednesday April 13, 2015, both the governorship candidates of the All Progressives Congress and Labour Party have a substantial evidence to back up their claims.
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