The spokesperson to the All Progressives Congress campaign Organization and Minister of State Labour, Employment, and Productivity, Festus Keyamo, has taken to his verified Twitter page to say when Labour Party saw that Tinubu was leading, they quickly stop computing uploaded results.
Festus Keyamo took to his microblogging, Twitter page, saying the Labour Party (LP) who earlier claimed their presidential candidate, Peter Obi won the election were computing uploaded results.
However, Festus Keyamo made it known in his statement by saying after they discovered that Bola Ahmed Tinubu was leading with many of his strongholds not yet in, they quickly stop computing uploaded results.
Concluding his statement, Keyamo revealed that they said the uploaded results would be shown at the end.
In his tweet, he wrote below :
"The Labour Party cry babies who earlier claimed Obi won were computing uploaded results & when they saw that Tinubu was leading with many of his strongholds not yet in, they quickly discontinued & said they will show the results at the end. TALK ABOUT LIVING A LIE!"
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