Less than two days to the conduct of the governorship rerun elections scheduled to hold in Abia, Imo and Taraba states, the leadership of the All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) in Abia state has sounded an alarm over the alleged intimidation on its supporters in the forthcoming governorship rerun elections.
The party also stated that it fears that the irregularities witnessed in the April 11 election may be repeated, and demanded a level-playing ground from electoral officials and security agencies.
APGA, which is still contesting the reversed decision of the state?s returning officer on the cancellation of results in three Local Government Areas, further boasted that it would emerge victorious in the supplementary poll.
The All Progressive Grand Alliance, (AGPA) says the enormous support it has enjoyed from electorate in the April 11 governorship election, is indicative of the change that is much desired, despite the irregularities witnessed.
The party stated its readiness for the election scheduled to be conducted in 9 Local Government Areas in the state on Saturday
Over 173,000 registered voters are expected to participate in 299 polling units, to determine the winner in a poll that has so far been keenly contested between the All Progressive Grand Alliance and the People?s Democratic Party (PDP).