Adakole Ijogi, a PDP Chieftain and a Political Economist have alleged that the candidate of the Labour Party, Mr. Peter Obi got 47% of all the votes casted in Benue state according to their situation room report. He stated that he strongly disagrees with the results announced by INEC because it was heavily doctored in many states.
He argued that the votes numbers of Mr. Peter Obi were highly reduced by the Electoral Commissioners who oversee the elections in some states. He further claimed that the 2023 election is the worst election ever conducted in the history of the Nation.
He said, ''The election results are still being contested. I strongly disagree with some of the results that were announced. I was in the situation room, the Plateau state result were highly doctored. Peter Obi and the Labour Party got up to 1.2 million votes, however, what was declared was less than 600,000 votes. The same thing goes for Benue state, Peter Obi got 47% of all the casted in Benue state based on our situation room report and also from our agents on ground. The same thing happened again in Lagos state. So that election is still being contested.''
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