Kayode Ajulo, a Lawyer/public affairs analyst says that It is crystal clear who won the election based on the constitutional provision.
He also said that, Nigeria needs national re-orientation and President Buhari should address the nation to calm tensions in the country.
Source: channels Tv
In His Own words:
“Despite the fact that many will argue that only a small portion of the country is affected, I believe there is a way to bring the people together. Some people still feel neglected, others believe they are being persecuted, and still others believe they are being harassed. Nigerians require that immediately, and we do so urgently.”
“The fact that the majority of politicians are picking sides demonstrates how divided Nigeria is. The fact that the majority of our leading elites have chosen sides shows just how divided we are. I have yet to see a speaker as of today, especially one who is interacting with the public and investigating the political issues that have been able to be objective.”
“I must state with all due respect that I have the utmost respect for everyone, including Professor Wole Soyinka, Chimamanda Adichie, and General Olusegun Obasanjo. These individuals are all taking sides, speaking from subjective positions rather than objective ones, they are just trying to marshal their interest and that is just so unfortunate.”
“Nigeria genuinely needs a voice of conscience, a voice of reason, and a voice that will say it as it is. As at 2011 It was worse when President Buhari was in office because his supporters were murdering people around and setting houses on fire.”
“In fact, we should be thankful that, in contrast to 2011, this group of protesters has not taken to the streets to begin killing people and setting houses on fire.”
“Whatever they call it, the winner has emerged so they are expected to heal their wounds. The Government that conducted it needs to issue a statement to pacify the populace. It is crystal clear who won the election based on the constitutional provision.”
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