Stop extorting the judiciary into doing what you want

Mr Bayo Onanuga, a spokesperson for Bola Tinubu (President-elect), has cautioned the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and the Labour Party (LP), to stop blackmailing the legal system.Continue Reading>>>

Onanuga claimed that both parties had undertaken a desperate effort to delay the inauguration of the President-elect on May 29 through the use of their surrogates, which he described as attorneys, clergy, and various ethnic groups.

He argued that the election of 2023 was the best and most free, fair, and transparent since the second republic.Continue Reading>>>

Onanuga attacked Cardinal John Onaiyekan, the emeritus catholic bishop of Abuja, in a statement posted on his Twitter account on Monday.

He argued that the allegations that the election was rigged were nothing more than vicious propaganda spread by the opposing parties and their followers.

His statements come as the presidential election petition tribunal begins its session on Monday.

The spokesperson declared that the 2023 elections, which he called the best since the restoration of democracy in 1999, were significantly improved by the implementation of the Bimodal Voter Accreditation System (BVAS).

Onanuga argued that those who criticised the electoral commission because the results recorded at polling stations were not transmitted online through the BVAS were being deceptive.

He argued that it was because the election’s results, particularly the presidential race, did not go as they had anticipated.

His long tweet partly, “I have witnessed many elections since 1979 and I can say without any equivocation that the 2023 election was the best, the most free and fair, the most transparent.

Those who are pillorying the election and INEC, the electoral umpire are simply saying so because the outcome of the election, especially the presidential election did not match their expectation.”

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