The collation of the election results by the INEC, which is the only recognized legal body to announce the results, are still ongoing. However, the Presidential candidate of the All Progressive Congress (APC) Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, happens to be leading in the number of states won so far as announced by the INEC. Alleged reports has it that the PDP have gone to the court to get a restraining order to prevent the INEC from announcing the results of the elections.
In a statement released by Femi Fani Kayode, he told Atiku Abubakar, the Presidential candidate of the People's Democratic Party, that obtaining the alleged injunction won't prevent the APC from winning the election. He said;
“Atiku, going to be court to get an injunction to restrain INEC from announcing results because u know you lost will NOT save u. We will not let u rob us of our imminent victory. APC is filled with veterans of the June 12th struggle. If u push us to June 12th you will regret it”.
Below is the screenshot of the original statement released by Femi Fani Kayode via his twitter handle;What do you have to say about this statement from Femi Fani Kayode?
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