A fellow, Centre for Democracy and Development, Professor Jibrin Ibrahim, has noted that a lot Peter Obi's supporters were very sure that Peter Obi would win the election with so much confidence, but unfortunately for them, they failed to see the result they wanted to see.
Speaking further, he noted that when the result failed to go their way, they became became very frustrated as a result of the election. He went on and noted that the 2023 presidential election was a highly charged election unlike the previous elections we had in the country.
Professor Ibrahim made this disclosure on Tuesday night, when he was interviewed on Arise Television.
He said: "Lot of supporters of Peter Obi were so sure for a very long time ago that he(Obi) would emerge winner and therefore entered the election with confidence and waited for that result which they did not see."
In addition, he noted that the lack of transparency during the just concluded presidential election created a lot emotion, which made several Nigerians to feel that something was wrong with the election.
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