During a press conference meeting by the members of the Labour Party, the party's presidential candidate, Peter Obi, stated that Nigeria cannot conduct elections 60 years after independence, pointing out that he's going to challenge this rascality in court.
He further stated that this election recorded an increased number of registered voters of 11 million, but voters dropped by 20%, pointing out that it happened because of the manipulation of figures.
According to him, "Only 23.3 million voted" You can see how Nigeria works. We have an increase of over 11 million registered voters, but the number of voters dropped sharply by over 20% instead of increasing. The reason was due to manipulation, reduction, removal, and inputs of votes here and there because otherwise, the number was supposed to have increased. It didn't increase because people were busy doing what was wrong. And we've chosen that I will challenge this rascality. Nigeria cannot conduct elections 60 years after independence, and it's something everybody should reflect on."
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