The Congress for Progressive Change (CPC), yesterday, rejected the results of the Kebbi State gubernatorial rerun election contrary to the the statement accredited to one Bashir Matawalle that the party accepts the results of the election held on Saturday.In a statement made available to LEADERSHIP in Abuja, the National Publicity Secretary of the party, Mr. Rotimi Fashakin, said that the party did not accept the results of the election held on Saturday March 2012 as been reported by some media houses, and that the statement of Matawalle should be discountenanced.Fashakin said: “The party has rejected the Kebbi guber rerun election results. Having considered the results of the governorship rerun election held last week Saturday, We hereby rejects in its entirety, the electoral exercise as monumental charade. Undoubtedly, the hollow and shallow manner the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) conducted the election, despite evidence of CPC’s forced non-participation, clearly unmasked the electoral body as a thorough umpire. The earlier response of INEC to the party’s request to file another candidate to contest the election showed that INEC is either in cohort with the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to foist dictatorship on the nation. The statement of Bashir Matawalle should be discountenanced, because the fellow does not have the authority to speak for the party. He is part of the renegade group that has cast their pearl to the pigs for a meal for the belly.�Barely a day to the rerun election, CPC at a press conference stated that it would boycott the Kebbi State governorship re-run election slated for Saturday March 31, 2012.It accused the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) of colluding with the ruling Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), especially in ensuring that the PDP retains its seats in all the states and constituencies where they lost at election petition tribunals.CPC National Secretary, Buba Galadima, also accused INEC Chairman, Prof. Attahiru Jega of disregarding CPC’s request for more time to pick its gubernatorial candidate for the Kebbi State governorship election rerun, following the surprise withdrawal from the race and eventual defection of its candidate, Abubakar Mallam to the PDP.@The party also has taken legal action against INEC at the Federal High Court, Birnin Kebbi for deliberate exclusion from participating in the Kebbi rerun election, and for violating the Electoral Act .