A lot of persons have said that there was electoral malpractice (rigging) during the conduct of the 2023 Presidential Election.
An APC Chieftain, Danjuma Mohammed has said that if the opposition parties believe that there were irregularities as regards the conduct of the Presidential election, they should take the case to court. Danjuma Mohammed said they are very confident that the opposition parties do not have evidence that will overturn the victory of Bola Ahmed Tinubu.
Speaking further on Trust TV, he said that the places where flaws were noticed were majorly against their party, and that if Labour Party should bring an evidence that there was electoral malpractice in places like Lagos and the result from the state is nullified, APC will still be leading, while Labour Party will go down.
In his words, he said:
"We are very confident that they have no evidence with them. We are also confident that places where there were flaws were against our party. Let Labour Party bring the video of electoral malpractice In Lagos and let us see who loses. If the result from Lagos is nullified, we will still remain at the top, while Labour Party will descend further down."
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