Pere warns INEC

“There will be a massive national uprising if…” Pere of BBNaija warns INEC


Reality TV star Pere, in a deleted post on Twitter revealed what will likely happen if INEC attempts to rig the presidential election.

Pere, former military personnel, expressed concern about the possibility of electoral fraud in the upcoming general elections in Nigeria. He stated that the public would not tolerate tampering with the election results and that the consequences of such actions would be severe.

Pere suggested that if INEC tampers with the election results, there will be a national revolt that not even the army can contain. He went further to call on INEC to do the right thing and warns them that the public is watching.

He wrote: Does @inecnigeria realize that there will be a massive national revolt that even the army can’t contain if they dare to even tamper with those results in any way shape of form? For once in your life you old corrupt fools should do the right thing! We are watching!!!!!

Pere’s warning to INEC is a reflection of the growing demand for free and fair elections in Nigeria.

Soso Soberekon threatens to sue INEC for their incompetence

Entertainment executive Soso Soberekon threatened to sue the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) over their incompetence.

It is no longer news that many Nigerians are angry and frustrated with INEC over their disorganized and lateness to several polling units.

Expressing disappointment at the commission, Soso Soberekon noted how officials of the commission arrived late to their polling units and were disorganized.

As a result of their incompetence, Soso Soberekon has vowed to take them to court.

2023 election: Reactions as Falz reveals winner at his polling unit hours after his attack

In another news, Kemi Filani recalls that Nigerians have reacted to the election results update of singer, Folarin Falana, known as Falz, at his polling unit in Ikate, Lagos.

This was hours after thugs reportedly attacked the singer in the area.

According to the update shared by the Falz online, Peter Obi’s Labour Party emerged winner of the presidential vote.

Labour Party led with 108 votes, the All Progressives Congress with 31 votes and Peoples Democratic Party with 2 votes.

Falz disclosed that the Labour Party Logo was not included in the senatorial election ballot, thus excluding them from the vote.

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