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A chieftain of the ruling All Progressive Congress, APC, and former Minister of Aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode, has reacted after Peter Obi, the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, LP, in the just concluded 2023 presidential election said he won last Saturday's presidential poll.
In his first media briefing since after Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections, the former Anambra State Governor declared that he actually won the 2023 presidential election, adding that he was robbed of his mandate which he can only retrieve in a court of law.
In reaction, the former Aviation minister said the ex-governor should stop shedding tears on National Television, adding that he should leave it to Baba-Ahmed, his running mate in the just concluded presidential election
He stated this in a post on his verified Twitter page.
He wrote, “Peter the Pooh says he won the election? Wonders never cease! Now I know where the Obidients get their mass delusion & hypnotic psychosis from. Can someone tell this poor, lost soul to stop shedding tears on nat. television. He can leave that to Dati the Daft: he is good at it.
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