This was disclosed in a statement signed by the spokesperson of the group, Muhammad Bash.
Bash has described the February 23rd presidential and national assembly election as the worst form of election robbery meted on the Nigerian people.
The group in the statement argued that the protest was aimed for: “Nigeria to make a clear statement to those who think they can trample on the will of Nigerians.”
“It is an insult to the Nigerian people that INEC would allow an election in which voters were intimidated, injured and even killed to stand.”
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According to Daily Trust, the group also condemned alleged use of thugs to intimidate legitimate citizens from exercising their civic rights.
“Some thugs constituted themselves into a government in a society governed by laws, and prevented legitimate citizens from exercising their franchise, makes a mockery of the entire law enforcement system and to rub it in the government and its agencies have turned a blind eye to this situation.
“That INEC chose to go ahead with the show of shame at the International Conference Center (ICC) in Abuja is a public blow on the sensibilities of the people of Nigeria, even when it had failed to provide credible explanations on what had actually transpired in the polling centres where ballot papers were snatched or burnt.”
The group also urged all well-meaning Nigerians to join in a peaceful protest on Monday.