As Nigerians awaits the final winner of the presidential election by the Independent National Electoral Commission, INEC, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP presidential campaign council has claimed foul play in the entirety of the election, where he pointed out that it was a strategy for Peter Obi of the labour party to clinch victory in Lagos state.
Daniel Bwala who took to his verified social media handle while making such claims, noted that one could believe that the votes of the presidential candidate of the labour party was inflated for him to win, so as to act as a consolidation for him to be played foul, nationwide.
He said... "The coordinated rigging Leads one to believe the theory that they strategically inflate Lagos votes to get Obi to win Lagos as consolation to rig him nationwide"
Recall that the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP and the labour party had claimed that the election was not properly conducted, and have called for the electoral body to cancel the election.
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