The federal administration has been criticised by the Labour Party for casting doubt on a European Union report that predicted a close General Election in 2023.
In its final assessment and report on the 2023 general elections, the EU has declared that there were some anomalies, as previously reported by Infostride News.
Observers from the European Union (EU) said that confidence in the country’s electoral body, INEC, was shaken during the recent general vote.
Dele Alake, the Special Adviser to President Bola Tinubu on Special Duties, released a statement on Sunday in which he criticised the Electoral Observer Mission’s findings as “jaundiced” on behalf of the federal government.
The FG criticised the EU for being “objective in all their assessments of internal affairs” in response to the EU’s election observation.
The Labour Party, which is now appealing the election results in court, criticised the FG’s decision to reject the EU report as “medicine after death.”
The LP has long maintained that the election was “massively rigged in favour of the APC and their candidate,” according to a statement released by the party’s National Publicity Secretary, Obiora Ifoh.
In the name of the nation and future generations, all we can ask is that justice be served without bias or prejudice.
No amount of defamation, denial, or argument will change the truth that the party in power has no mandate of the public,” the statement continued.
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