The Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC has been warned not to temper with the National Assembly election results for Northern Plateau State.

A statement from representatives of the Tudun Wada/Kabong electoral ward in Jos North Local Government Area alleges plans to change the election results for Jos North and Bassa LGAs to favour the ruling APC.

The statement signed by Mr. Ibrahim Yilji says the INEC Resident Electoral Commissioner in the State interrupted the declaration of the results for a suspicious stakeholders meeting.

"The results if the Plateau North Senatorial elections and those of Jos North/Bass Federal Constituency had been collated and announcement of winners was to be made only for the Plateau State Resident Commissioner to stand down proceedings.

"The collated results clearly indicate an outright victory for candidates of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Rep. I.D Gyang and Jonathan Dabo.

"It is however disturbing and unacceptable to us that the REC suddenly took over the process from the Returning Officers and took a decision to subject the results to a meeting if so called stakeholders," the statement says.

The statement insists warns that the INEC officials should not allow personal interest to negatively affect the prevailing peace in the state.

It therefore urged the Plates State Commissioner of Police, the DSS Director and all other Security Heads to intervene.

Meanwhile, the Plateau State Peace Building Agency says the rising tension in some parts of the State capital over Saturday's elections in parts of Jos North is of "great concern".

This it says has the potential of "setting back the clock by exhuming the carcass of violence" in the state.

A statement by its Director General, Joseph Lengman on Monday therefore called for restrain in the interest if peace.

"Taking the law into our hands will, at the end, make us losers and not any better," the statement says.

The agency called all those with genuine complaints to follow laid down procedures for seeking redress on any issue connected to the polls.