The Kayode Fayemi Campaign Organisation has called for a thorough investigation into the controversy surrounding intercepted Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) voting materials in Ekiti State on Thursday, 12th June, 2014.
In a statement by the spokesperson, Dimeji Daniels, the organisation said though INEC claims they were waste which auction was sanctioned by its national commission, it remains curious that 2014 stamps were found among the materials.
While briefing journalists on the intercepted materials, Brigadier-General Aliu Momoh, whose men intercepted the voting materials had said there was 2014 stamp on some of the materials.
The spokesperson of the Fayemi Campaign Organisation urged security agencies to be on the lookout for agents of rigging who are bent on reversing the progress that has been witnessed under the Fayemi administration.
“APC does not have the culture of rigging. We know many plans are being put in motion and hatched by the opposition to rig this election because the opposition knows it is not popular and not on ground at all. This is why no stone should be left unturned in preventing agents of retrogression from taking Ekiti back 100 years like they did between 2003 and 2006,” Daniels said.