Senator Shehu Sani has responded to Peter Obi's recent Twitter post about his quest to regain his mandate, predicting that it will result in a lengthy and legal battle that will involve Nigeria.
Sani believes that this battle will occur because Obi is prepared to fight for what is rightfully his and for the country. In a recent interview, Obi announced that he had won the election and would prove it.
He also spoke emotionally about the plight of a woman who could not afford an oven for her bakery business due to the country's economic situation. Obi has received significant support from many citizens who see his actions as an attempt to oust the newly declared president.
Sani, however, warns that the legal battle could escalate into a violent conflict, as some hoodlums might attempt to disrupt it. The senator has received responses from individuals who suggest that Obi must provide credible evidence to the court to demonstrate that he won the election. Some responses also suggest that the outcome of the election may not be settled yet and that power could still change.
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