Outraged, the Labour Party has accused INEC officials of faking and tampering with election results in numerous states across the country, particularly in Lagos, Edo, the Rivers, and Imo.
During a press conference conducted at the party's headquarters in Abuja, Julius Abure, the national leader of the Labour Party, also denounced the violence aimed at the party's followers.
The party demanded that INEC annul the presidential results because they believed that Rivers State and other areas of the country had been rigged.
They demanded that President Muhammadu Buhari keep his word and ensure the credibility and fairness of the elections in 2023.
The party added that they would only recognize results that were obtained honestly at the polling places.
The collation of votes is still ongoing in order to determine who is going to finally emerge as the president of Nigeria, and the voting process also continued in some states today.
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