December 1, 2023
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Aisha Yesufu Discloses Reason APC Members Are Afraid Of Rejoicing After Winning 2023 Presidential Election

Popular Nigerian activist, Aisha Yesufu has shared her opinion on the reason members of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) are not jubilating as expected after their declaration of victory by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC).

The activist insisted that the election was rigged but those who rigged it forgot the result from polling units must be provided and not what was read out by the Independent National Electoral Commission at the national collation centers.

Recall that Senator Dino Melaye had led other parties’ collation agents on a walk-out at INEC’s national collation center, accusing Prof. Mahmood Yakubu of having rigged the presidential election in favor of the All Progressives Congress, APC.

Also, there have been reports of massive rigging of Saturday’s polls across the country and this claim was made solid by INEC’s failure to upload results on its server more than 72 hours after the conduct of the election.

Speaking on the situation in the country, in a tweet on Wednesday, Yesufu argued that the  Labour Party must get justice, adding that the APC was afraid of rejoicing because of the evidence they left behind.

When you steal and leave so much evidence behind you are afraid of rejoicing!

“Dem rig forget say people go see polling unit by polling unit and not the usual lump collated votes,” she wrote.

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