After appearing on Arise TV on Monday, former Labor Party presidential candidate Peter Gregory Obi withdrew a challenge to the electoral process and the newly elected president, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
You may remember that the ex-governor of Anambra state was on Arise TV in the morning to discuss various concerns related to the next presidential election.
Although he made a public statement challenging the Independent National Electoral Commission and Bola Ahmed Tinubu, the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), his words were twisted in many media outlets to suggest that he never contested the election's outcome but rather questioned the integrity of the voting procedure.
But, he wrote a post clarifying his stance, in which he indicated unequivocally that he is contesting the outcome as well as the method (INEC) ( Tinubu )
Interested parties, please read his comment below.
Yet, many people have responded to his statement on social media since he first published it.
Please read some responses down below:
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