The spokesman of the group, Ikenga Ugochinyere stated this at a press conference on Monday in Abuja.
However, he said that the opposition would not fold their hands and allow such a situation to happen.
Ikenga called on well-meaning Nigerians to stand in defense of the country and also urged security agencies to deal with those accused of tampering with the voters’ register.
He said, “There is still a plot to sack the INEC Chairman to frustrate the use of the BVAS machine and the cleaning up of the register.
“It is for this purpose that the Nigerian opposition and, indeed, all Nigerian citizens of goodwill have resolved that we shall resist and reject any form of the arrest of the INEC Chairman when he returns to the country (he is currently outside the country).”
The spokesman also stated that they vehemently oppose any form of resignation from Yakubu.
He added, “compromising the voters’ register is a crime, as provided in the Electoral Act, with a punishment of One-year Imprisonment, so the security agencies must not keep quiet.”