The Atiku-Okowa presidential campaign has expressed worry over Ebonyi and Imo states election results.
The party said its worry was because the two South-East states were controlled by the ruling All Progressives Congress governors who might compromise the results in those states.
The presidential campaign council disclosed this at a press briefing on Monday morning in Abuja.
Speaking, the Director of Strategic and Public Communications of the campaign council, Dele Momodu, said “the longer the results are delayed, the more infractions are experienced.
“We are particularly worried about Ebonyi and Imo states because they have APC governors. The governors are putting a lot of pressure on INEC. Once they are not able to change the original results in those two states, there is no way they can have 25% in 24 states; it is impossible.
“APC has been fatally wounded in Lagos by the Labour Party and Kano by the NNPP. They needed to win those places powerfully. We are leading in every other place in the North-East and North-West.
“In the North-Central, where they are expected to win big, it is between PDP and LP. So, it is impossible for anybody to win in Nigeria when in Lagos you don’t have 25% spread.”