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Nasarawa poll: Aged mothers protest stark naked over governorship election fraud [Photos]



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From Tuesday 21st March, 2023, aged mothers in Nasarawa State took to the streets stark naked protesting the declaration of APC’s Abdullahi Sule as winner over the governoship election conducted on Saturday 18 March, 2023.

The election was generally believed to have been won by the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, with Hon.

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David Ombuga as the candidate.

Video Nasarawa naked women in their numbers protesting the result of the governorship election have gone viral and was sighted by CAPITAL POST on Friday in Abuja.

Thursday was day three of mothers protesting fraudulent election results which has never happened in the history of the State.

The abominable protest was triggered by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) declaring governor Abdullahi Sule as governor-elect.

The women argued thanks the result ought not to have been declared because of crisis that trailed the wards results from Gayam and Ciroma in the state capital.

Some women however wore attires to protest, while a large number of them stripped themselves naked before protesting and they made themselves available to captured on Camera.

They insisted that they never voted for governor Abdullahi Sule, but in connivance with INEC and Security agents, he rigged the election back to office.

They chanted songs as they marched with placards that had inscriptions like, “Stop the conspiracy against our people,” “INEC should reverse the declaration now,” and “Our Vote must count. Ombugadu won.”

The State Returning Officer for the governorship election, Professor Tanko Ishaya, declared that Governor Sule of the APC polled 347,209 votes, to beat his closest rival, David Ombugadu of the PDP, who had 283,016 votes.

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