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Atiku And Peter Obi Should Move On After Their Election Defeat – Lai Mohammed

Lai Mohammed

Lai Mohammed

The Minister of Information and Culture, Lai Mohammed has come out to say that the opposition parties should stop complaining about the 2023 presidential election and accept defeat.

He recently described the claims that elections were rigged as fraudulent, and Nigerians have been reacting.

According to him, both Peter Obi of the Labour Party and Atiku Abubakar of the Peoples Democratic Party lost the election due to overconfidence and complacency, so they should just move on with their defeat.

He added that it is funny to see how the opposition keeps leaning on some international observers to justify their fraudulent claim.

His words, “Going by the results, none of the opposition parties met any of the conditions stipulated for winning the presidential election. They didn’t even come close, in spite of their pre-election grandstanding.”

“They (opposition) keep leaning on some international observers to justify their fraudulent claim that the election was rigged.”

“Mr President’s analysis on the reasons for the opposition’s loss in the 2023 elections was incontrovertible. President Buhari deserves nothing but accolades for delivering undoubtedly the best election in Nigeria’s history, adding that the tempestuous but predictable reaction to the President’s comments by the opposition has shown them for what they are: shameless sore losers.”

“President Muhammadu Buhari lived up to his billing by delivering a free, fair and credible election, and his legacy is assured. The President would rather lose his state and many of his party’s strongholds than tamper with the fidelity of the election, and that is why he provided a level playing field for all parties.”

“They conveniently forgot what Ambassador Johnnie Carson, the revered US diplomat who co-led the National Democratic Institute and International Republican Institute International Election Observation Mission to Nigeria, said that the APC candidate undoubtedly won the polls.”

“They also forgot that the African Union Election Observation Mission to Nigeria said the atmosphere was generally calm and peaceful in 95 per cent of the polling units visited.”



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