The elections so far has been tense between Peter Obi, Atiku and Tinubu so far. The result for the presidential election held in Abia state was announced and it was realised that the candidate for Labour Party, Peter Obi defeated Bola Ahmed Tinubu and Atiku Abubakar to emerge victorious. According to Channels TV, Peter Obi emerged with 327,095 votes while Atiku came second with 22,676 votes. Ahmed Bola Tinubu came third with 8914 votes.
Channels TV posted this update on their Twitter page with the caption, "Abia: 2023 Presidential election (state results)"
Nigerians had mixed reactions concerning this results. While some claimed those were not the exact numbers, others congratulated Peter Obi on his victory.
@Chisam32423798: "That's a real result... I'm sure Obi's result is still more than that".
@MekzyP: "Out of almost 2 million PVC collected... Less than 500k votes... That's a lie na".
@Carter___Gabbie: "All these people would say nothing about this, once they won its always tagged a fair election, but once they lose to other parties, they talk otherwise".
@lolopitakwa: "If you like carry him and reach the sky... The numbers are not his, we are more than these numbers".
@MeckaChris: "In Abia state where there was no case of thuggery, what happens to the 2 million voters? How did the numbers suddenly dropped?"
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