As former senator, Dino Melaye cries out again on social media saying that Nigeria cannot afford to have Pablo as our president and Osama bin Laden as vice president. Ex Big Brother Naija reality TV star, Nina Ivy just reacted to his post as she allegedly says, and quote, "Nigerian citizens that got paid change to help rig election actually lack sense, who in their rightful mind would even vote tinubu, lol y'all forgot what happened during end sars protest so quickly."
Nevertheless, It's unfortunate that rigging has become a common occurrence in our political landscape. While it's disheartening to see, we shouldn't be surprised by it. However, this doesn't mean that we should accept it as the norm. We must continue to speak out against such acts.
Although most people knew about rigging but since INEC assured that BVAS machine will transmit results from polling units. It gave folks confidence (based on Osun & Ekiti). But alas, INEC never intended to transmit figures from Polling units.
Take a look at the screenshot of her post from Instagram below.
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