Prince Uche Secondus, National Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP has Mallam Nasir el-Rufa, Kaduna State Governor as a terrorist who should be arrested and prosecuted in the International Criminal Court of Justice.
He alleged that the governor has proven to be the most dangerous person for democracy, with his terrorist language and threats to local and international election observers.
Secondus was addressing PDP supporters at the Tafawa Belewa Square in Lagos today as the Presidential train arrived the nation’s commercial capital, said that the Kaduna state Governor is the anchor of the All Progressives Congress, APC’s nefarious plans intended to manipulate this election.
Prince Secondus whose media office issued a statement from the rally reiterated his earlier warning to the Chairman of the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, Prof Mahmood Yakubu that this election must not be rigged if they are to avert a crisis in the country.
The National Chairman said that intelligence available to the party shows that the APC and the government have concluded plans to arrest and obstruct the movement of PDP leaders as part of the grand design to clear the way for their rigging strategy.
He mentioned some states like Kaduna, Kano, Kwara, Rivers where special security squad has been despatched to help the APC implement their illicit electoral fraud.
“Let me warn, Nigeria will not accept a rigged result and rigging by any means is a recipe for crisis in the country, therefore Prof Yakubu better be warned,” he said.
Secondus told Lagosians that a vote for PDP on February 16 and on March, 2, will mark the restoration of their freedom from the Emperor that has held them down since 1999.
He assured that an Atiku Abubakar presidency would mean the restoration of Lagos lost glory as with him industries would be reactivated and more jobs created.
“Atiku Abubakar would be in charge of his Presidency, he would be Commander in Chief, he will not allow college of Presidents because he has the capacity and has been tested in public and private sector,” he added.