In a video that Dino Melaye released on Twitter, an INEC employee claims that he was forced to write the desired outcome in order to preserve his life. People in Nigeria have responded to this video. These are just a few of the responses from the populace.
Fred said, "Good evening, SDM. You just proved to the world that you can't be taken for a ride. I understand your concern for a new Nigeria, and I'm simply writing to say thank you for representing us at the collation center. You didn't represent only your party, but Nigerians."
Samuel said, "What an evil plan against the youth of this country! Everyone involved in this wickedness will pay."
Victor said, "Nigerians hoped for a fair election, but we witnessed what transpired. Just let me know if Peter Obi receives justice in court. Nigerians are sick and tired of those who make empty promises. We require a leader who will permanently improve Nigerians' lives."
Dear esteemed readers, what are your opinions concerning this? This is the link to the video. https://twitter.com/_dinomelaye/status/1631778477484457991?s=20
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