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Since You Said We Didn't Win The Election Due To Splinter Groups, What Is The Present Result?- Bwala

Daniel Bwala, chief spokesman for the People's Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Council (PDCPC), said the withdrawal of Peter Obi of the Labor Party (LP) and Rabiu Kwankwaso of the New Nigerian People's Party (NNPP) from the presidential elections held in the country by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). He said it did not have a significant impact on the results.

Daniel Bwala said in a recent live broadcast on Arise TV that despite the fact that the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC) candidate Bola Ahmed Asiwaju Tinubu did not win, the PNP is confident that the evidence will confirm Atiku's victory in the presidential election. He confidently stated that he would present the evidence to the court. Bwala's assertion suggests that the PDP is ready for a strong legal challenge to the election results and intends to prove that its candidate is the legitimate winner. The statement also underscores the contentious nature of the election and the deep divisions that continue to exist in Nigeria's political landscape.

Questioning the current results, they asked, "If it is true that we lost the election because of a divisive group, what is the current situation?" they asked. They suggested relying on data to support their claims and recommended consulting Daniel Bwala.

Despite the fact that certain individuals and groups separated from our party, we won the election, and we are currently in court to prove it. If you study the results published now in IReV, they are very different from those published by INEC.

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