President Muhammadu Buhari's special assistant on Digital communication, Bashir Ahmad has left Nigerians, his fans and social media users buzzing after revealing the State that rigging and Manipulation took place during last week's presidential election.
Bashir Ahmed have revealed that if there had been any rigging or manipulation in last week's presidential election, then it must be Anambra State, stating that the Labour Party presidential candidate, Peter Obi won't have won in Lagos if it was rigged.
Bashir Ahmad tweeted: "If there had been any rigging or manipulation in the last week's presidential election, Peter Obi couldn't have won Tinubu's Lagos. But since they insisted there was rigging, it must be Obi's Anambra, where our candidate (now President-elect) Bola Tinubu won 0% in the State.
This tweet from Bashir Ahmad naming Anambra State as the state rigging and Manipulation took place during the 2023 presidential election has attracted reactions from Nigerians and social media users, as some have totally agreed with him, while some said they understand their tactics.
Here are some screenshots of reactions:
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