The Spokesperson of the People's Democratic Party Presidential Campaign Council, Senator Dino Melaye has caused reactions on social media as he advised citizens of the country to have patience noting that the party's presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar, is the president of the country.
The former senator representing Kogi West, revealed this on his verified facebook on Thursday. "Atiku is the President of Nigeria, just wait a moment" he wrote.
Earlier, PDP PCC spokesperson seek for the resignation of the INEC Chairman, Mahmood Yakubu following the just concluded presidential election as he claimed that the INEC Chairman has proven his criminal enterprise adding that such level of criminal audacity bastardizes the rule of law.
Recall that Tinubu of All Progressive Congress was declared as the president elect by INEC after polling the highest votes, followed by Atiku Abubakar of PDP. However PDP PCC disagreed with the results and vowed to restore their mandate through a legal process.
Below are the screenshots of reactions from facebook handlers.
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