About 42 Political Parties have given conditions which it maintained must be included in the content of the Wednesday final peace accord without which, it threatened to pull out from the accord.
The Wednesday final peace accord is expected to be witnessed by former U.S. President, Bill Clinton and Baroness Scotland.
Nigeria’s former Head of state, Gen. Abdulsalami Abubakar is the leader of the National Peace Accord Committee.
The parties stated that the conditions are necessary to achieve free, fair and credible election, a departure from what obtained in the Osun State Governorship election.
The conditions are: “That it must be included in the accord that the security agencies should not arrest leaders of the opposition parties few hours to election as was done in Osun guber election.
“That INEC and security agencies must not exclude Opposition parties agents from collation venues from polling unit to the final collation level.
“That it will be a breach of the accord for any security agencies to arrest agents of opposition parties or stop them from accessing the venue of election and collation.
“That accreditation must be done with party agents physically monitoring the identification of the voters.
“That INEC should be allowed by security agencies to do their work without interference in accordance with Electoral Act.
“That no result shall leave the Polling Unit without being announced and pasted on the wall in accordance with the Electoral Act.
“That Politically motivated Police Postings should be discontinued and reversed like the case of the Posting of the Security Aide of APC chieftains Bola Tinubu as Kwara Commissioner of Police.
“That INEC must ensure unrestricted access to agents of parties fielding candidates to the situation room and pilot phase of e-collation at all levels of collation up to National Headquarters to ensure transparency”
The conditions were given in a statement signed on behalf of the 42 Political Parties by Ikenga Imo ugochinyere, Chairman Action Peoples Party (APP); Asiwaju Mashood Shittu, National Chairman, Alliance National Party (ANP); Don Anthony Chukwuma Harmattan, National Chairman, People’s Coalition Party (PCP) and Rt. Hon. Chief Barr. Kenneth Udeze, National Chairman (AA).