Despite having the country's year of independence, he claimed elections have only become better and thanked God for making things better. In addition, Oyuko urged people to be ready for whoever God chooses to be the next leader. She used the example of a woman in labor to illustrate how a man cannot tell a woman what kind of child he wants at that point but is typically required to accept the outcome of the baby that is born.
Social media users found his justifications for not remaining home to wait for the presidential results amusing; others claimed he was behaving like a comedian.
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