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BREAKING: Almost 200 Million Nigerians Warm Up For The Biggest Protest For PDP’s Atiku

A Chieftain of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Femi Fani-Kayode, has urged the party’s Presidential Candidate, Atiku Abubakar, to form a parallel government in the country, if not declared winner of the 2019 Presidential election.

“He must reject the results and give the FG an ultimatum to declare the authentic results, failure of which he will form a government”, Fani-Kayode said in a tweet.

Fani-Kayode, a former Aviation Minister, said that the Presidential election which held in Nigeria, on Saturday, February 23, was a “charade”, and should be disregarded.

The former Minister, called on Atiku, who served as Nigeria’s Vice President from 1999 to 2007, to rebel against President Buhari.

“The election was a charade”, Fani-Kayode declared.

Fani-Kayode argued that the Presidential election results that have been announced are not a reflection of the votes cast by the electorates.

According to him: “If this charade is allowed to stand, the country is finished! Then the authentic results collated by PDP from the 119,000 PUs must be released to the public and the international community.”

“Atiku should now brace up to defend the choice of millions of Nigerians, who risked their lives on Saturday, defied tyranny and oppression, and spoke through the ballot”, Fani-Kayode added.


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