Following the announced results of the 2023 presidential election by INEC, spokesperson of the Labour Party 2023 presidential campaign council, Kenneth Okonkwo has revealed that citizens of Niger and Chad were arrested after entering Kano State, few days to such election.
Recall that INEC chairman, Mahmood Yakubu, had few hours ago, declared 2023 presidential candidate of the ruling APC party, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, as the winner of the 2023 presidential candidate, after he was able to accumulate the highest number of votes in such election.
And so, Nigerian politician, Kenneth Okonkwo while speaking on Arise TV today, reacted to such declaration, as he stated that the results of the presidential election were manipulated by INEC. According to Kenneth Okonkwo, he warned Nigerians about the credibility of Mahmood Yakubu when he refused to sack the REC for defending the large number of permanent voters cards with the same names that were discovered.
Speaking further, Kenneth Okonkwo stated that the low turnout of votes witnessed in this year's election is because INEC allegedly registered unidentified people in the country.
According to the lawyer;
"Remember that immigrants from Niger and Chad were arrested in Kano. Did you see the 4-year-old boy that brought out his PVC from his pocket?".
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