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Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Atiku Set To Call Microsoft, IBM And Oracle To Testify That He Defeated Buhari By Over 1.6 Million Votes

The presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, Atiku Abubakar, is insistent that the Independent National Electoral Commission stored election results in a server and has said he will call Microsoft, IBM and Oracle experts to testify that he defeated President Muhammadu Buhari by over 1.6 million votes.





Atiku gave the server name as INEC_PRES_RSLT_SRV2019 and its unique Mac address as 94-57-A5-DC-64-B9 with Microsoft Product ID 00252-70000-0000-AA535, in his fresh response to the reply of INEC to his petition.


The former Vice-President and the PDP claimed to have polled a total of 18,356,732 votes to defeat President Muhammadu Buhari and the All Progressives Congress who he said scored 16,741,430 votes.


However, INEC’s Director, Information and Communications Technology, Mr Chidi Nwafor, in his witness statement on oath attached to the reply, specifically denied the “server results” which the PDP and Atiku claimed. He said all the results were collated manually and were never transmitted electronically.


Atiku, in his fresh response, said the figures he claimed to have scored were genuine.
From vanguard

55 comments:

  1. Lobatan.....when will this end

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  2. Dance of the lame duck.
    😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊😊

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    1. Why not show yourself so that when it becomes a reality we can dance with you too as assistant duck.

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    2. 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    3. Anon 15:18
      Chop keeeeeeeez😘😘😘😘😘

      πŸ˜‚πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ€£you people have mouth biko

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    4. Celebrity party and cooperate first grade Ok gowns 07084714754 q17 April 2019 at 17:03

      😁😁😁😁😁😁 I've been laughing, Chai you guys have mouth.

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    5. Beautiful response anon 15:18. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  3. This is serious. They messed with one of their own.

    Anyway Atiku enjoy because you brought buhari to power. So enjoy the treatments

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  4. Yes...if he can do it, let him do it. Enough of electoral fraud in Nigeria.

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    1. Atiku is coming very gallantly. Unless justice is been denied, I don't see APC winning this case. I just love the way Atiku is bringing out his evidences one after the other. It will shock you to know there are other strong exhibit yet to be revealed. The Nigerian judiciary has been put to test and the world is watching with keen interest. I can tell you with all confidence that Atiku is winning this case.

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    2. It is like calling the US embassy to issue you visa to Togo. Follow INEC electoral rules, results are not electronically transmitted. That alone is a foundation for a failed case. It is only when you establish an electoral policy that says electronic votes and results transmission via the same medium is constitutional, then you have a case. Outside that, it is noisemaking and lawyers enjoying their right of payment. Sentiment doesn’t help in support here. One is theory, the other is practical. Wake up, folks.

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  5. Atiku definitely had an insider. This was his counter measure.

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    1. That’s right......... πŸ€” πŸ€”

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    2. And could also be the INEC Chairman himself.To be honest, everyone is tired and has felt and still experiencing the brunt of Buhari's regime.

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  6. inec doesnt transfer results electronically.
    I am beginning to suspect this atiku on a serious note.it seems the presidency was way ahead of there dubai plan and i am beginning to think that the postponement could be tied around all this brohaha.
    This is nigeria.

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    1. Many of you are dumb,card readers are electronics and some people that worked with INEC during the last election confirmed it ,that data was stored in a server and they don't know why INEC denied it,go to vanguard page and see comments.

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    2. A strong international body is behind Atiku! Hmmmm. Something mega is about to happen! Watch that space

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  7. Atiku didnt come to play oh.
    Fire for fire fighting.

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  8. He should not forget to call Sango, Oya and Obatala, they are all waiting for his call.
    Biko, call all callables.

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    1. Lol we are tired...atiku and buhari, none if them are better. Let us vote in a new person abeg

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  9. Omg!this is getting more serious.

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  10. Atiku are u fighting for 2019 or 2023 becos Im sure u and I know by d time ure done Buhari will b out of power.

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  11. gang gang...let the fight begin

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  12. He should call world bank and royal Dutch shell

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  13. Power hunger even worse than belly hunger. Ambitions for personal glory usually end in misery.

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  14. APC make una drink water and calm down because the day of reckoning is near

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  15. Yea that's right! Microsoft will just hand it over to you! Like how?
    Unlawfully go into someone's server and say "look Atiku, you lost, be graceful in your defeat. Don't you ever waste out precious time in this manner"

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  16. Alternative Facts17 April 2019 at 17:46

    The story of desperate Atiku

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    1. Buhari that contested 4 times is not desperate ba ?

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  17. In a country with no aiota of shame, where ex convicts and active criminals are mostly our lawmakers,will people like Atiku ( with history of big time criminality ,deep corruption and public fund looting) be considered for another public office, welcome with open arms and supported by Nigerians,eespecially the youths . When are we gonna get it right????? If only a better and more credible candidate was pitched against Buhari at the election, then people would have had better choices of who to cast votes for.Atiku definitely is not it.#Beachildofhistory.

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  18. In a country with no aiota of shame, where ex convicts and active criminals are mostly our lawmakers,will people like Atiku ( with history of big time criminality ,deep corruption and public fund looting) be considered for another public office, welcome with open arms and supported by Nigerians,eespecially the youths . When are we gonna get it right????? If only a better and more credible candidate was pitched against Buhari at the election, then people would have had better choices of who to cast votes for.Atiku definitely is not it.#Beachildofhistory.

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    1. Thank you so much for this..We nigerians are quick to forget easily..all this corruption, unemployment, etc,we are facing in this country, atiku is one of the architect of it..wish we had a better candidate against buhari..but btw atiku and buhari, I'll rather stand with buhari..atiku is just desperate for power to continue where he stopped from ,things would get worse if he was voted in

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  19. Where is Lady πŸ›

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  20. Innocent until proven guilty in a court of law , enough of the hear say

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  21. Ghen ghen,this guy came prepared and he is as wise as fuck.

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  22. Chai! Atiku has suffered.

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  23. Nana Addo in Ghana did the same thing in 2012. It was obvious then that the election was rigged. In the end, Nana Addo won the case alright, but what did he get? Just an apology and a promise to correct irregularities in the voting system! By the time the case was concluded sef, the current government were even half way through their tenure. Atiku should just let it go! He should learn from Nana's experience; in the end all he will get is an admission of guilt. He's dreaming if he thinks he will become president after the case is concluded. He should just enjoy his money and chill with his family. Nigerians are not worth the stress biko!

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    1. Even if Atiku win the case in the third year of this administration, he will surely do his four years complete.

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    2. Anon 20:30 stop spewing lies. Nana didn't win the 2012 elections. Most of you NPP supporters are just real liars.

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    3. Nana and Bawumia won the case Anon 22; 55. You know this! Why are you still in denial after 7 good years? Aww, is your PSTD making you hallucinate again? Y'all cheated in 2012 and that's why when a legitimate election was held in 2016, you lost by 44%! 44 freaking percent! No other president has lost like that before! Your delusional daddy John Dumsor Mahama's name is written on the cover page of the history book of LOSERS! Even your own party founder Jerry John Rawlings has DUMPED YOU! Delusional and directionless lot! LOL awon comfortable lead gang.

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  24. I had to go back to read the server name and Mac address as well as the product id that Atiku presented. Only computer illiterates will will see think it makes sense because he called Microsoft and Oracle. Those who are in the IT world will tell that us nonsense. I can't imagine that a server with given such a name will solely for storen presidential result. What concerns Microsoft or Oracle. People should not believe anything because he brought a Mac address or product id. What is the PC model and what os is running on it? Deceivers

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  25. Atiku and buhari are just a jokes..
    Both of them can never be a president of Nigeria and they knew it

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  26. This is the true definition of "we die here"

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  27. Laugh wan kill person o!
    Paid Microsoft, IBM, Oracle people testifying for a USA documented criminal.
    Only in the Nigeria zoo system.

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  28. How did he get access to INEC servers?

    Did he hack into it? Hacking is a serious criminal crime all over the world ...

    Was changing figures on INEC servers part of his strategy ????
    Remember Scandal early season where the machine in one state was tampered with to get the president a winning chance.

    Calling all those International businesses is kind of demeaning for him.
    Is Atiku 1. Broke? 2. Approaching brokenness ?3. A bit broke????

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