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Nigeria Elections 2015 PDP chieftain disrupts results announcement, says Jega has been compromised

Godsday Orubebe, a former Minister of the Niger Delta, took hold of the microphone at the centre and sat on the stage while criticizing Jega’s handling of the result collation.

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Godsday Orubebe

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Godsday Orubebe play

Godsday Orubebe

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A mild drama has ensued at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) election result collation centre in Abuja as a member of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) is accusing INEC Chairman, Attahiru Jega of compromise.

Godsday Orubebe, a former Minister of the Niger Delta, took hold of the microphone at the centre and sat on the stage while criticizing Jega’s handling of the result collation.

Jega you have been compromised, we are no longer confident in you,” Orubebe said while causing a scene at the centre.

Other delegates surrounded Orubebe where he sat but he refused to let go of the microphone and continued his tirade.

The ex-Minister also accused Jega of handing out results to the All Progressives Congress (APC) to publish on its site.

Orubebe is the governorship candidate of the PDP for Delta State.

Orubebe's Wikipedia page was immediately updated to read as a 'toutish man who disrupted the hearings, accusing INEC Chairman Jega of tribalism and partiality in the election process' and further as 'a disgrace to his children'. It has however been updated and re-edited 

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Orubebe speakes with a Channels TV reporter

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Orubebe says the PDP's petition was not accepted by INEC when it was presented on Monday, March 30, 2015.

"He should not let us issues about what he is doing", Orubebe says.

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