Several controversies have continued to trail the announcement of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, as the winner of the February 25th general election, especially from the opposition parties. If you will recall, the two main opposition parties, the PDP and Labour Party, had a press conference together a couple of days ago calling for the cancellation of the election result and in sharing more light to, Dele Momodu was asked by a Channels TV journalist this morning who has the legitimate claim to winning the election between the Labour Party and the People's Democratic Party?
Answering that, Dele Momodu said the priority here should be to talk about the process as a faulty process cannot give birth to a perfect process and the foundation was very bad, the electoral act was not followed and was not obeyed.
Dele Momodu then continued saying that, whatever result one gets out of it, who so ever won, on Saturday cannot lay claim to legitimacy, and that's what they are saying, as the process gave birth to disputing the result now and until that process is gone back to give people a resemblance of hope that their vote would be count after being counted, then there's no hope in the electoral process and under what basis did the results emerge from.
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