Presidential poll losers in Nigeria have decided to peacefully contest the Presidential elections after losing to Tinubu. Uhuru called on all the candidates to know that there is a life after elections and life does not end with elections. Uhuru has told losers that their next moves should involve using peaceful alternatives to seek answers.
Peter Obi who was considered by most Nigerian youth to be the favourite has already revealed that he will go to court to challenge Tinubu’s victory. Uhuru Kenyatta was the head of AU’s observation mission has told Nigerians that peace is most important for them at this time.
Nigerian poll losers believe that the ruling party in the country interfered with the poll tallies to declare Bola Tinubu victorious.
Just like Peter Obi, Atiku Abubakar who emerged second in the polls has said that he will follow legal procedure to contest poll results. According to Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Tinubu won with 8,794,726, Atiku got 6,984,520 and Obi got 6,101,533 votes.
Since he retired, President Uhuru has been a champion of peace in several countries asking citizens to peacefully co-exist with one another.
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