Nigerian political economist and PDP member Adekola Ijogi discussed the 2023 presidential election with the media. He claimed that the election in 2023 will go down in history as the worst he has ever witnessed in Nigeria.
Additionally, according to Adekola Ijogi, Bola Tinubu, the APC's presidential candidate, benefited during the election from the manipulation of several poll results.
According to him, "I was in a situation room with others, monitoring the results during the election, and I can tell you that many results from several states of Nigeria were doctored".
"Peter Obi got 1.2 million votes in Plateau state, but the INEC announced less than 600,000 votes for Peter Obi in Plateau state, and I saw it myself. We know that Peter Obi won in Plateau state, and the margin of his winning was very large, but it was doctored. This also happened in several other states like Lagos state, and Benue state".
Sadly, the INEC allowed themselves to be used to rig the results in a number of Nigerian states, according to Adekola Ijogi, who contends that Bola Tinubu did not win the presidential election in Nigeria.
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