The All Progressives Congress, APC, was accused by the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, of increasing pressure to win 25 percent of the national vote.
The PDP Presidential Campaign Council’s spokesman, Dele Momodu, said that the APC was attempting to rig the results of the elections in Lagos and the Southeast.
At a news conference in Abuja, Momodu asserted that the PDP’s Atiku Abubakar was in a commanding lead in the poll on Saturday.
According to Momodu: “From collated results, PDP is leading, our main rival is mounting pressure to have their way in Imo by having 25 percent in 24 states.
“We have it on good ground that the APC is trying to shore-off votes in Lagos; we urged INEC to resist this measure especially in Lagos Central Senatorial District where PDP is leading.
“We urge INEC to put enough surveillance in Lagos, APC is doing within its means to cheat in Lagos. We are doing well in the Northeast, North Central, in the South South and not too well in the Southeast.”