The 2023 Presidential Election has come and gone but one thing that is still a major subject of discussion is the credibility of the process, as some people think the election wasn’t that free, fair and credible, while others are of the view that this is the freest and fairest election conducted by INEC in the history of democracy.
Well, let’s get to see what the Deputy British High Commissioner in Nigeria, Ben Llewellyn-Jones said when he was asked what he thinks about the conduct of the Presidential Election.
Llewellyn Jones was interviewed on Nigeria Info FM and reacting to the question he was asked, he said that the court is going to test the credibility of the process since the two opposition parties have gone to court, and that it is not his duty to make a judgment.
Speaking further, he said a foreign group made their findings as regards the election and found out that irregularities were recorded in only two (2) states out of the 36 states, which according to him made a significant difference in those two states, but not significant enough to affect the overall outcome of the process.
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