Babachir Lawal’s Controversial Claims About the 2023 Presidential Election: A Nation Divided

Babachir Lawal’s Unconventional Statement

Former Secretary to the Government of the Federation (SGF), Babachir Lawal, has stirred controversy with his recent comments regarding the 2023 presidential election.

Lawal claimed that the Labour Party (LP) candidate, Peter Obi, emerged as the victor, leaving President Bola Tinubu in a distant third position.

He supported his assertion by citing factual data from various independent sources, suggesting that Obi secured the majority of the votes, with the Peoples Democratic Party’s Atiku Abubakar coming in second.

A Nation Divided: Reactions Pour In

Babachir Lawal’s remarks have triggered a wave of reactions across social media. Supporters of President Tinubu, in particular, have expressed their disapproval, while others have found merit in Lawal’s claims, believing that the election was rigged.

Here’s a glimpse of the diverse responses to Lawal’s statement.

RealQueenBee__ – Hope for the Supreme Court

RealQueenBee__ pointed out that the outcome of the 2023 election might have significant consequences for Nigeria.

She expressed concern over the possibility that the Supreme Court might play a crucial role in determining the election’s legitimacy, emphasizing the importance of not disappointing the nation.

@ExquisiteDemola – Peter Obi’s Alleged Alliance

@ExquisiteDemola criticized Peter Obi’s quest for power, accusing him of forming alliances with questionable figures like Babachir Lawal.

The user insisted that Obi secured a third-place finish in the last election and argued that no amount of manipulation could alter this fact.

@iamJimmyGentle – The Widespread Knowledge

@iamJimmyGentle highlighted the widespread awareness of the election’s true outcome.

The user listed various figures, including Tinubu, Mahmood Yakubu, and Buhari, who, according to them, were privy to the real results.

They believed that history and divine judgment would ultimately hold them accountable.

@kakra68 – Questions About Babachir Lawal’s Freedom

@kakra68 expressed astonishment over Babachir Lawal’s apparent liberty, considering his controversial history.

The user questioned why Lawal was not facing legal consequences, suggesting a sense of hopelessness in the All Progressives Congress (APC).

@TimedFrank – A Familiar Revelation

@TimedFrank pointed out that Lawal’s claim was not breaking news and questioned the feigned surprise expressed by some individuals.

The user emphasized the need to recognize the well-known facts regarding the election.

@KennyNuga – A Call for Rest

@KennyNuga urged Babachir Lawal to find peace and rest, hinting at the ongoing tumult surrounding his statement.

@lollylarry1 – A Village President

@lollylarry1 humorously suggested that Lawal should declare Peter Obi as the President of his own village, implying skepticism about the broader election results.

@VictorI48920891 – The Internet President

@VictorI48920891 made a lighthearted remark about Peter Obi’s victory, stating that he won in “Bangladesh and Ghana” and teasing that he became the “internet president” due to massive online support.

@emekamma9 – The Criminal Forger’s Role

@emekamma9 expressed a belief that Peter Obi indeed won the 2023 presidential election but insinuated that some form of manipulation, possibly referring to electoral malpractice, took place.

@IbrahimRau6611 – Lawal’s Frustration

@IbrahimRau6611 speculated that Babachir Lawal’s statements might be influenced by frustration. The user suggested a return in 2031, alluding to future political endeavors.

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