The Magazine's co-founder and Nigerian journalist Bayo Onanuga made the following claim in a tweet:
The LP and PDP ought to cease threatening the judiciary.
I have witnessed various elections since 1979, and I can categorically claim that the 2023 election was the finest, the most open, and the most free.
Only because the outcomes of the poll, notably the presidential election, fell short of their expectations are those who are criticising the election and INEC, the electoral umpire.
May God forgive them, especially the men in cassocks who claimed that a vision they had during a hallucination foretold their chosen candidate's victory and was a message from God.
Nigerians must be aware of the fact that those clergy were not assembled with the Almighty God. They predicted their own hopes, which God did not grant.
Distinguished readers, What conclusions do you get from this? Please leave your feedback below.
The PDP and LP ought to quit threatening the judiciary.
Since 1979, I have seen a lot of elections, and I can categorically state that the election in 2023 was the best, the most free and fair, and the most transparent.
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