A concern indigene of Dass Local Government Area of Bauchi State, Abubakar S. Imam has described the recent national convention of Dass Students Union, DASSU as legitimate.
In a statement made available to Arewa Affairs on Thursday he said ” As far as electoral committee is concerned there’s no any kinda shit that would cause the invalidaty of Saturday’s 4th January election results.
It’s shameful for a student like you and me whose has the experienced of unionism and still be thinking irrational”.
He frowned on those that are accusing the electoral committee of bias adding that provision of union constitution has been followed.
” There’s no any part of the constitution that favor you to released this note or to consider any legal action concerning the election. As the power already bestowed and confirm to the ELCOM by the constitution of our dear beloved Association. The affairs of the union is no more on the executive arms as far as the last congress is assured.
With that, anything that’s not from the Electoral committee we regards it as illegitimate and rubbish. You can’t come with a leftist slant and expect us to behalf like injective”.
Imam further revealed that the so called video circulating in social media credited to the committee has been handled by the security operatives.
”Importantly, the secret behind the video that’s already circulating is clear; is something that has been addressed by the electoral officers as well as the DSS and other security personnels such as Nigerian Police and Army Soldiers at the corse of all the teams agents and the results was signed appropriately by both of them and securities head as part of the procedures before it reached pronouncement level”.
He quoted the Army Personnel, Captain James who intervene on the matter.
” After all that, the agents agreed with the securities as the election was transparent, free, fair and credible as well as ended peacefully with the terms that .
Any petition should be reported to the IELCOM and set up a convenient with both the teams agents to examine it throughly and provide a possible solution.”