Nigerians Reacts As Labour Party Leads In 19 States In Original Presidential Results Released By LP

The Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) recently declared the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate, Tinubu, as the winner of the presidential election in Nigeria. However, questions have been raised following the release of an alleged original result by Akin Osuntokun, a high member of the Labour Party, which showed the party leading in nineteen states. This revelation has left many Nigerians in shock and raised concerns about the fairness and transparency of the election.

According to the original results released by Labour Party, the Labour Party had a clear lead in nineteen states, which is in stark contrast to the results announced by INEC. The major contenders, the APC and the People’s Democratic Party (PDP), didn’t even come close to the Labour Party in these states. This has led many Nigerians to question the credibility of the election and whether it was truly free and fair.

 

 

The disparity between the two sets of results has sparked outrage among Nigerians, who have taken to social media to express their concerns. Many are calling for an investigation into the conduct of the election and for those responsible for any wrongdoing to be held accountable. Some have even suggested that the election should be rerun to ensure that the true winner is declared.

The release of the alleged original results has also reignited concerns about the credibility of INEC. The commission has been accused of bias and favoritism in the past, with many Nigerians believing that it is not an independent body. The latest revelation has only served to fuel these concerns, with some calling for a complete overhaul of the electoral system to ensure that future elections are free, fair and transparent.

The release of the allegedly leaked original presidential election results has caused a stir in Nigeria, with many Nigerians questioning the transparency and fairness of the election. The fact that the Labour Party led in nineteen states, as opposed to the results announced by INEC, has left many wondering whether the election was rigged. It is now up to INEC to address these concerns and ensure that the electoral process in Nigeria is credible and trustworthy.

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