The Plateau State Police Command has summoned Corps members who served as Presiding Officers in last Saturday's elections in Tudun Wada/Kabong Ward of Jos North Local Government Area.

According to several sources, the Corps members are expected to report to the Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department of the Command at its Jos Headquarters today by 8am.

A copy of the invitation text message purportedly sent to one of the NYSC members reads, "Good evening PO, I am directed to ask you to come to police CIID jos tomorrow by 8am."

Although the Command's Public Relations Officer, DSP Tyopev Terna said he was unaware of the summon when contacted, the Officer that sent the invite from the CIID, identified as DSP Gana J.J. confirmed it to be true.

The Corps members were being invited to verify their signatures on the result sheets from the elections they conducted last Saturday, he said.

The NYSC authorities in the State however deny knowledge of the decision.

Most of the affected Corps members have therefore expressed fear that they were being invited to be victimized.

A few of them who took part in the polls have publicly claimed the elections in the affected Ward ended in favour of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party.

The Independent National Electoral Commission has however withheld the results from the Ward which has over 90,000 registered voters.

The votes for the Presidential polls in the PDP stronghold were rejected by the Collation Officer for Jos North for not being eligible enough and not being scripted on the appropriate forms.

The Senatorial and House of Representatives election results which were said to have been properly documented and filed have however been kept from public view.

A meeting of stakeholders was summoned yesterday to decide the fate of candidates who stood in the polls but no decision was reached.

Rumours however filtered in towards dusk yesterday that the State Governor, Simon Lalong had colluded with the State Police authorities to force the results in favour of the ruling All Progressives Congress.

The final decision on the election results is expected to be reached by the end of today.