2015: APC In Covert Activities To Clone INEC Voters Card, Declares SSS


You never know what desperate politicians could do to achieve their goals when it comes to elections in Nigeria. We have heard and read in times past the evil activities of desperate politicians and some are deeply involved in the occult just to get political power. A case in an eastern state readily comes to mind when a political son refused to do the dictates of the political godfather and low and behold everything was blown open and the nation was thrown into shock as revelations after revelations poured out of just how evil some of our politicians have become.

Well, this time, what’s making the news is the raid on the APC Lagos offcie. The Department of State Security, DSS, has boldly and openly accused the All progressive Congress, APC, of cloning Permanent Voters Card, PVC, with the purpose  of rigging the 2015 general elections.

In a statement to shed light on the raid of the APC Data Center, the DSS
otherwise called SSS, said a petition was received about an unholy
activities in a building located at No. 10, Bola Ajibola Street, Allen
Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos.

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“The petition alleged that those behind the activities were cloning INEC
Permanent Voters Card with the intention of hacking into INEC data base,
corrupting it and replacing them with their own data.

“Based on this information, the service placed the building under
surveillance and having been convinced that some unwholesome activities
were going on in the building, it undertook a raid of the premises.

“In the process, some persons were arrested, while a server, three hard
drives and 31 Ghana must go bags of hard copy documents were recovered and
taken away for further investigation,” Ms. Ogar said.

Meanwhile, Spokesperson for the Lagos APC, Chief Joe Igbokwe has announced
the release of 25 out of the 28 persons arrested by the DSS.
Igbokwe in a statement said while it is still unclear why three persons
are still being held, he said those arrested were carrying out legitimate

He gave the names of those still with the DSS as: Chinedu Atuche, Data
Supervisor, Fayemi Olaposi, Data Supervisor and Chika, IT Supervisor.

His Statement reads:

Lagos APC wants to inform Nigerians that out of 28 workers at APC Data
Centre Lagos arrested by DSS, Police and the Army by 5:30 am on Saturday
morning of Nov 22nd 2014 , 25 of them have been released by 9:30 pm
yesterday. Three of them are still in the custody namely:

1. Chinedu Atuche- Data Supervisor

2 . Fayemi Olaposi- Data Supervisor

3. Chika- IT Supervisor

“We are at a loss why these three are still being held. They have
committed no offense and they are carrying out a legitimate duty. We hope
they are not being held and tortured to to provide them with the the
security password of the Data Centre . We want these workers to be
released unconditionally without any further delay”
” We insist that what happened yesterday is bizarre, crude and
unacceptable and it remains the worst form of political rascality and
irresponsibility ever recorded in Nigeria since 1999. The damage done to
the Data Centre and the violation of the fundamental human rights of the
workers tells a big story of what to expect in the days ahead. The ruling
Party is getting desperate and if they are not called to order things can
get worse”

Joe Igbokwe
Lagos APC Publicity Secretary.