In response to the presidential election results released by the Labour Party, which claimed that Peter Obi won in 19 states, former Aviation Minister Femi Fani Kayode expressed his opinion. According to reports, the Labour Party had a significant lead in 19 states, far surpassing the major contenders, the APC and PDP. However, Fani Kayode, responding on his Twitter handle, denounced the results as a "horrendous mendacity and a monstrous lie."
Fani Kayode rejected the notion that Peter Obi and the Labour Party had won in 19 states during the presidential election. He believes that this is the most obvious falsehood and deception of this dispensation, and possibly in the history of Nigerian politics. According to him, it is an absurd idea, and a monstrous lie.
Femi Fani Kayode has responded to the presidential election results released by the Labour Party, which claimed that Peter Obi had won in 19 states. Fani Kayode denounced the results as a "horrendous mendacity and a monstrous lie," stating that it was the most obvious falsehood and deception in the history of Nigerian politics.
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