Supreme Court have agreed to review the judgment it used, to declared Senator Hope Uzodinma, as the governor of Imo State, after series of protest letters, and wailing by Nigerians.
INEC had declared Chief Emeka Ihedioha of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), as the winner of the February 16th, 2019 election as the winner, but the victory was upturned by the Supreme Court, due to the evidence of cancellation in 388 polling units, presented not by INEC but APC candidate, Hope Uzodinma.
The votes addition in the 388 polling units, have raised several questions, which can only be answered by the Supreme Court alone, as INEC have said that, they can only answer for the result of the election declared, that produced Ihedioha.
But, our investigation reveals that, the total number of votes credited to Uzodinma, is in variance with the INEC’s result.
Total number of accredited voters, has gone far beyond what is on the record of INEC due to the new addition for Uzodinma in the disputed 388 polling units.
We obtained the results below from an independent group, showing that each candidates scored the followings in the, 3,135 polling units at the main election.
Ihedioha who is the candidate of PDP scored 273,404, and Uche Nwosu of AA got 190,364, Ifeanyi Ararume, scored 114,676, while Hope Uzodima of the APC has votes for by 96,458 people.
But, according to the disputed results Supreme Court based its judgement on, in the purported omitted 388 polling units, Ihedioha was said to have zero vote, same as Uche Nwosu and Ifeanyi Ararume, while Hope Uzodima scored and unbelievable votes of 213,615.
The question now is that, how did Hope scored 213,615 in just 388 polling units, out of total of 3,135 polling units?
It is only Supreme Court that can shed light and clear the controversy, by inviting INEC to provide the original results from all the polling units.
Supreme Court must clear itself as a matter of urgency, without allowing external influence, in order to preserve its name and integrity.
See the results Uzodinma presented to INEC below..