The 2023 presidential election that made Bola-Ahmed Tinubu the president-elect of the federal republic of Nigeria has been challenged in court as some personalities and parties feel that they were cheated in the process that made the former governor of Lagos State be declared the winner by the Independent National Electoral Commission under the leadership of Mahmood Yakubu.
Babatunde Gbadamosi, who contested for the party's nomination to run as a candidate for Governor of Lagos State in 2011 and again In 2015, his official Twitter handle said that the INEC Chairman needed to be arrested.
His full statement reads, "I suspect the new INEC uploads are to do with the FCT 25% requirement. Also, if, as they say, the BVAS machines no longer contain data from the presidential election, where are these new uploads coming from?" "Yakubu needs to be arrested and tried for treason".
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