Former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode (FFK), has taken to social media to accuse the Southeasterners of involving themselves in the rigging of the 2023 presidential election that was held on Saturday.
The Tinubu/Shettima presidential campaign spokesperson who made such allegation through his official Instagram page, shared a post of a Nigerian lady identified as Susan Henshaw, who stated that even in a situation where APC collapsed all it's structures, the results of the presidential election in the South East region cannot be true.
According to Susan Henshaw, the results of the presidential election in the region is the biggest indicator that the Labour Party is coming to equity with "bloody hands" and the entire thing is a big shame.
And so, following such statement by Susan Henshaw, FFK went ahead to ask the supporters of Peter Obi to let the results of the presidential election in the southeast region sink into them, adding that;
"If the election was rigged anywhere, it was in the east".
Here is FFK's post below;
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