**Party agents have submitted results
**We will follow legal means to address the injustice
The opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Kaduna State has alleged that the party has been shortchanged in the results announced so far in the 18 local government areas of the state.
The State Chairman of the party, Hon.Felix Hassan Hyet, made the allegations during a press conference in kaduna yesterday.
He said their party agents have submitted reports and they will follow legal means to address the injustices he claimed were meted out on them.
Hyet further claimed that most of the results announced so far were through radio stations, rather than the returning officers whom he alleged disappeared.
While calling on supporters to remain calm, he said the manufacturers of the electronic voting machines are supposed to have stayed in Kaduna to monitor the machines to avoid the malfunction in some polling units.
Hyet, however, alleged that some electronic voting machines were snatched to unknown destinations, saying “We call on you to brief you on the update of the local election results of 13 local governments so far released. Some local government results were not announced by the returning officers but through radio stations.
“At the moment, we have some local government areas like, Kaduna South, Chikun, Kajuru, Jema, Kagarko, Sanga, still waiting to be announced as the returning officers are nowhere to be found. The returning officers have disappeared completely. Even, some wards returning officers also disappeared”, the PDP alleged.
“We are waiting for the returning officers to come out and announce the results in local government areas yet to be announced. Our agents have submitted the results to us and we will take necessary legal steps to address the injustices.
The manufactures of the machines would have been on ground to monitor the machines. Humans are the ones operating the machines.
“We will soon make our reports collected from our field agents public. We believe as a party, we will take over power in 2019 because Nigerians have said good bye to APC”, Hyet said.