Members of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) on Tuesday besieged the premises of the Kaduna State Electoral Commission (KADSIECOM) in the state to protest what they described as ‘injustice’ in the just concluded local government election in the state.
The protesters, who are from Sanga, Soba, Kudan, Kaduna South, Igabi, Makarfi, Jaba, Kauru, Giwa and Jema’a local government areas, were at the office premises singing solidarity songs.
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Addressing journalists, a former director of the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Nuhu Audu, accused security agencies of harassment and intimidation during the election in Sanga local government.
Similarly, a representative of the party from Jema’a, Nathaniel Bawa, said PDP won the election in Jema’a contrary to claims by the APC.