Oseni Rufai, who is a co-host on Arise Television, has revealed that voter suppression was reported in most parts of Lagos State.
In a post on his official Twitter account, he said, "I'm sure some people will say these elections were free and fair, but when they say that, remember it’s a lie." Hahaahaha. They will soon gaslight you and say provide evidence for voter suppression. Hahahaahah"
"The thugs are also saying people should not use their phones for evidence." Hahahaha
"Hahahahaha You suppress the people, and you say it’s their mandate! Hahahah"
In a blog post, he (Oseni Rufai) said he predicted voter suppression at its finest yesterday. He addressed the fact that thugs are preventing voters from making videos of the event in various polling units.
The gubernatorial election is currently ongoing in 31 out of the 36 states of the Federation.
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