Nigeria’s wikileaks FactDontLieNg claims Anonymous inside INEC released informations to them.
During the announcements of 2019 presidential elections you could recall that there counter accusations by major opposition party Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) accusing the ruling party All Progressive Congress (APC) that election were rigged by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) in favor of the ruling party,
Of which the INEC chairman Professor Yakubu Mahmmod advised the aggrieved opposition party to approach the law court to seek for justice.
Few weeks later the opposition party PDP claimed that it has evidence that the results were manipulated,
This accusation made the ruling party APC to conclude that the INEC servers were hacked and called on the security agencies to invite, interrogate and prosecute the offenders.
Nigeria’s wikileaks ”FactsDontLie” came up with what it claims as hard evidence to support opposition party’s claim that the election was rigged in the favor of the ruling party,
Fact Dont Lie issued a public statement, which can confirmed on their website; www.factsdontlieng.com reads below:
I am an INEC staff I cannot in good conscience be part of any manipulation. These are the hard facts and can easily be verified. The source of the data are INEC servers.
The server name, IP address and mac addresses of the various servers have been attached as proof of authenticity. These are results and accreditations streamed to the INEC servers from the card readers at the polling stations.
A forensic analysis of the INEC servers will confirm same. The Presidential election results captured on INEC servers shows President Buhari scored 16,741,430 votes, Atiku Abubakar scored 18,356,732 votes and other candidates combined scored 1,332,522. The total accredited voters for the election as reported by the card reader is 37,668,305.
This data does not include Rivers State. At the time of this snapshot, the servers didn’t have any data for Rivers State.
Click on link below to view all the data.
May God help us.
Long live the Federal Republic of Nigeria.