“We are not short of electoral laws fashioned to give us a robust and civilised democratic political dispensation. What is unarguably and ashamedly happening is the grave impunity by which electoral laws especially at the end of the process are brazenly committed. It is ominous.
“We say an emphatic no to this disgraceful act and TYLPI therefore is calling on the relevant authorities who usually turned their eyes the other way when the laws are being violated to immediately commence judicial proceedings of all those that have infringed upon any known electoral laws. Let this be used as a checkmate to politicians , INEC officials and security agents in a way that will sanitize our electoral contests,” it said.
The group added that it believes the damage already done to the national image internationally by last Saturday’s near unprecedented electoral aberration could still be salvaged, calling on relevant agencies of government to act immediately by punishing the offenders.
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